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They've come back . . . the boys who went to the Solomons and 
New Guinea ... to Anzio and the Philippines. They've put aside 
the olive drab . , . the navy blues . . . the shiny buttons. Now only 
the lapel button distinguishes the sports jacket of the serviceman 
turned student from that of the fellows just out of high school. They 
become a part of the whole . . . they add their maturity, their am- 
bitions, their experiences to the Stetson that has been made by those 
who stayed at home; and the returning soldier, sailor, or marine is 
one with the bobby-soxer, the campus co-ed, and the boy just out of 
high school. 



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MATTER 




Annual publication of 



DeLand 

Chbistine Magaha, 
Editor-in-Chief 



Florida 

Bob Clabk, 

Business Manager 



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Never before has this phrase been spoken with more truth 
than in the school year 1946-47. Everything has happened 
from sipping tea with Dr. Allen in Chaudoin Parlor to coming 
home with a sore throat from the football games. The long- 
sought soda shop has at last become a reality and it is crowded 
from dawn to dark. Being in the center of the campus it has 
become the gathering place, and a person just doesn't get 
around if he doesn't go there at least once a day. Class rooms 
are crowded and turning away students; and who can wonder 
with an enrollment of 1,800? There are many wonderful things 
over which to reminisce, so just turn the pages and see for 
yourself. 




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but we've had fun this year. We're all convinced 
that Stetson is just the best place ever. The social 
calendar has been full with forum lectures, holiday 
parties, Little Theatre productions, frat parties and even 
Sadie Hawkins Day. Everything undertaken by Stetson 
students has been a success, and that comes from having 
fun in everything we do. We've tried to gather all this 
together in the 1947 Hatter, hoping to bring you 
memories of one of the best college years of your life. 



Chris and Bob 



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Classes are out and Joe and Josephine College are 
off for an afternoon of fun and extracurricular activities. 
The Stetson Reporter is going to press and the Hatter 
staff members are worrying about getting the annual out 
on time. Laughter and shouts can be heard from the 
tennis courts, while in Chaudoin Hall the Woman's 
Council is trying to decide whether four minutes late 
should be one or two nights campusment. All over the 
campus, clubs are meeting and elections being held. 
These are the things that give Stetson students that 
well-rounded education. 



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In appreciation of his profound understanding of us, 
the students, in all the phases of our campus life; in 
gratitude for his insight into our needs as students, 
thereby making us think for ourselves; we, the staff . . . 



feedicate the 

1947 Hatter to . . . 



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Hugh W. McEniry, Jr. 



The patient, long-suffering folks who guide, 
encourage, and scold us; who laugh with us; and 
who have our heartfelt gratitude . . . THE 
ADMINISTRATION. 





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MINISTRATION 



The President'* ftteJJage 



The session 1946-47 has been outstanding in a number of ways. The 
enrollment for the academic year totaled more than 1,800. Eight 
hundred of these were veterans. The new Stetson Hall has been com- 
pleted and now houses 168 young women. The College of Law re- 
opened in September with an excellent faculty and 64 students. The 
Campus Soda Shop was opened November 15. The greatest Home- 
coming in the history of the Institution was held on November 16. 
More than 2,000 alumni returned to the campus. Intercollegiate 
athletics were resumed. The Million Dollar Campaign made marked 
progress. More than $300,000 in cash has been received and in ad- 
dition more than $300,000 has been pledged. Students and faculty 
are giving their best to making Stetson finer in scholarship, finer 
in culture, and finer in the development of Christian character. Thus 
Stetson continues to go forward. 

I am happy to extend greetings and best wishes to the Stetson family 
everywhere. 

Sincerely, 

William Sims Allen, President 






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ETTER M. TURNER 
Dean of Women 



ADMINISTRATION 



WILLIAM E. DUCKWITZ 
Director of the School of Musii 




LEMUEL A. HASLUP 
Dean of the Law School 






BARBARA ROWE 
Registrar and Assistant Dean of Women 



CHARLES A. FISHER 
Director of the School of Business 



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ROSEMARY CLARK 
Piano 



MILDRED COSSON 
History 



R. L. CARTER 
Education 

W. C. COWELL 

Health 

Physical Education 




B. F. EZELL 
Psychology 



THELMA FISKE 
Art 



VIOLET FRASER 
Piano 



VERONICA GOVE 
Public School Music 



EDWARD C. FURLONG 
Business Administration 



BYRON H. GIBSON 
English 



HAROLD M. GIFFIN 
Voice 



JOHN GORBY 
Business 



DOROTHY FULLER 
Biology 



EDITH HARVEY 
Art 



CHARLES T. HENDERSON 
Law 



ESTHER HICK 
Health 




CURTIS HORN 
Sec. Science 

ELEANOR LEEK 
Cello 



ROY F. HOWES 
Law 



MARY LIPPETT 
Physical Education 



SARA JERNIGAN 
Physical Education 

GILBERT LYCAN 
History 



CARL JOHNSON 
Geography 

M. D. MAGGENHEIM 
History 



MARJORIE JONES 
Sec. Science 



RAY JORDAN 
Law Librarian 



HUGH McENIRY MARY McENIRY 

English Mathematics and Physics 



EDITH W. MERRILL 
English 



ARTHUR MITCHELL 
Law 



JOHN T. RHETT 
History 



RUTH RICHARDSON 
Voice 



WILLIAM F. SCHULZ 
Law 



JENNY LOU SMITH 
Sec. Science 



IRVING STOVER 
Speech 



JOHN VAUGHN 
Science 



O. LAFAYETTE WALKER 
Religion 



MINNIE ELLA WILLIAMS 
English 



HARRY S. WINTERS 
History 




Other Offlicete off the Administration 




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J. M. ALBRITTON MRS. FLORENCE BAKER ELMER BARNETT 
Alumni Secretary Supt. of Buildings 

Grounds 

ELIZABETH FISHER ANNIE BELL GOFF 

Assl. Director oi Publicity Associate Nurse 



SUSIE BROWN FLORENCE CAIN T. J. FARR 

Assistant Librarian Director of Publicity Assistant to the President 



EDGELLE HENRY 


MRS. ELIZABETH 


MRS. GEORGE LEE 


HELEN MASTERS 


University Nurse 


HERNDON 
Hostess 


Hostess 


Assistant Nurse 



ANDREW C. PRESTON 
Veterans Advisor 



MISS RUBYE SENTERFITT 
Hostess 



CHARLOTTE A. SMITH 
Librarian 



MISS BETTY SUE WEST 
Dietitian 



ELLEN YAXLEY 
Secretary to the Dean of the University 



MRS. H. C. THOMPSON 
Assistant to the Librarian 



ADRIAN L. PURSER 
Assistant to the Librarian 



CECIL L. CRISSEY 
University Press 




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(jt-aduate W Special £tu4eHt& 




HORACE C. HAWN. JR 



PAULINE BENNETT ROBERT CLARK ARTHUR C. CONVERSE RACHEL F. HARLESS 

RUTH LUNDVALL DELORES MAGENHEIM M. D. MAGENHEIM ALICE PARKHURST 



Graduate students attending Stetson are Barbara Albritton, Katherine D. Bachman, Pauline 
Bennett, Dorothy Viola Cladin, Louis Cladin, Bobert Clark, Arthur C. Converse, William S. Cush- 
ins, Katherine M. DeMotsis, Richard M. Feasel, Lawrence L. Felton, Elizabeth Fisher, Sara 
Elizabeth Foard, Rachel F. Harless, Horace C. Hawn, Jr., Mildred Bye Jarden, Bebecca John- 
son, Ruth Lundvall, Milton David Magenheim, James W. Sims, Lillian Alice Parkhurst, and 
Alice Proctor. 

Special students are Edna Chrisenberry, Clyde Hall, Robert McKenzie, Edna Kirchof, Delores 
Magenheim, and William Joseph Escherich. 




STUDENT BODY OFFICERS 
The student body officers of 1946-47 are Robert Henry, president; Marjorie Merrill, vice-president; Jewel Garrett, social vice-president; Patricia 
Maxcy, secretary; and Virginia McKenzie, treasurer. 



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The Women's Student Government is the executive 
body on Stetson's campus through which the students 
are able to govern themselves and help keep the regu- 
lations by which they are to live while in college. 

The officers of the executive council are Nancy 
Brown, president; Virginia McKenzie, vice-president; 
Celia Goff, secretary; and the representatives-at-large 
are Jewell Mitchell, Viggo Dalbo, Anita Caldwell, Sue 
Fowler, and Jewel Garrett. 



The five women's dormitories are each governed by girls chosen from each of these dormitories. 

Margaret Bateman is president of the Brittain Hall House Council. Other members of the Council are 
Virginia Vriesenger, secretary; Sara Martha Adams, social chairman; Mavis Pitts, standards chairman. 

The Conrad Hall House Council is made up of Ruth Cobb, president; Libby Braddock, secretary; Frances 
Collins, social chairman; Barbara Home, standards chairman. 

The Palms Council is represented by Mary Catherine McCollough, president; Betty Jo Beville, secretary; 
Anita Lamkin, social chairman; Martha Gray, standards chairman. 



HcuM Council 



Lou Beyers is president of the Stetson Hall 
House Council. Other representatives are Jane 
Wykoff, secretary; Pat Maxcy, social chairman; 
Evelyn Trundle, standards chairman. 




STEVENS HALL 



The president of the House Council of Stevens 
Hall is Betty Mulholland. She is assisted by 
Binky Brice, secretary; June Billings, social 
chairman, and Earldine Watkins, standards 
chairman. 



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BRITTAIN HALL 





CONRAD HALL 



THE LAW SCHOOL 



The College of Law reopened in September with an excellent faculty and sixty-four students. 
Stetson is nationally known as having one of the finest law schools in the South. 

Freshmen in the College of Law are Joseph Charles Adderly, Jr., Ralph Gifford Baum, Ronayne 
Waldron Bennett, Bruce Clay Bishop, Bernard Roy Blais, Donald Wheeler Butler, Howard Jerome 
Clifton, William Overton Clifton, Richard H. Cooper, Harold Duling Cross, Edward C. Daniels, Jr., 
George Glen Darty, Fred O. Dickinson, Jr., Philip Edelman, Vernon Wynne Evans, Jr., Roger Denis 
Flynn, R. Lee Freeman, John Rockwood Gould, Meyel Herman Haack, Morris Allen Hale, Rich- 
ard Martin Harris, Isaiah Tucker Irvin, Harvey J. Jemigan, Gilmer Andrew Jones, Jr., Phillip R. 
Kelley, Victor Robert Koche, G. Gerald Kunes, Robert Edward Lee, Thomas Edison Lee, Harry M. 
Lynn, Jr., Harry James McCortney, William Holt Maness, Elsie Merritt, George S. Middleton, 
Charles Mitchell, John Joseph Nedza, Hue Edgar Nunnallee, Leroy A. O'Laughlin, Melvin Orfiii- 
ger, Ward Hudson Parry, Marvin Rehrer, Frances Lucille Rutledge, Frances William Sams, Milton 
Henry Smith, Arthur M. Spaulding, Walter B. Townley, Jr., Herman Turnage, Earl DeWitt War- 
den, Jr., Volie A. Williams, Donald E. Wilkes. 

Juniors in the College of Law are Gordon G. Bentley, Reyburn P. Haddock, Robert Ken- 
neth Martin, James B. Owens, Louis Vernon Scarborough, Orin Douglas Stenstrom, Roy 
Clark Summerlin. 

Senior in the College of Law is Wallace Russell Smith. 



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Bells . . . crowded halls , . . last-minute 
cramming . . . A's, B's and ?'s . . . 5-, 10-, 
15-minute check on professors . . . oops! 
class is on! 











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Mighty and wise ... all 85 of them ... a little sorry 
because time passed so quickly . . . but what a relief! 
. . . sixteen years of school over . . . now dreams of 
marriage and careers are about to become a reality 
. . . they've got the world in their hands . . . caps and 
gowns . . . that academic look which comes only at 
graduation . . . time was when girls were in the majority 
on campus, but look at all the couples who got hitched 
up on Sadie Hawkins Day . . . they say goodbye now 
. . . but we'll be seeing them again! 



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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Don McEmber President 

Billy Reese Vice-President 

Virginia Harris Secretary 

Damaris Hague Treasurer 




ADELL 
BAILEY 



AITON 
BAKER 



ALLEN 
BARKER 



AMBROSE 
BILLINGS 



FERMAN WESLEY ADELL 



MARZEE AITON 

Gainesville, Florida 

B.S. 



Y. W. A. 1, 3; Tri Delta Freshman Scholarship 1; Phi Society 
1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer; Commerce Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President; 
Honor Roll; Dean's List. 



ELEANOR ALLEN 



ELIZABETH M. AMBROSE 

Winter Haven, Florida 

A.B. 

Glee Club 1; W.A.A. 1, 2; Reporter Staff 1; Delta Delta Delta, 
Librarian and Historian 1; Marshal 2; La Franciade, President 2; 
Student Adviser 3; Scroll and Key 3, 4. 



MARY GENE BAILEY 

Williston, Florida 

B.A. 

Transfer Georgia State Women's College, Valdosta, Ga.; Y.W.A. 
2, 3, 4; Camera Club 2, 3, 4; I.R.C. 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; 
Stetson Reporter 3; Zeta Tau Alpha 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll; 
Dean's List; M.S.O.; W.A.A. 2, 3, 4. 



HELEN ELIZABETH BAKER 

Clearwater, Florida 

L.A. 

Y.W.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Chairman 1, Circle President 3, 
Volunteers 1, 2, 3, 4; B.S.U. Council 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 
III Vice-President 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Manager of Girls' 
Club 3, 4; Travel Squad 3, 4; Key Member 4; Secretary of 
L.A. School; The Honor 3, 4; Secretary of Non-Fraternity 
Association 4; Conrad House Council 3; Freshman Advisor 4; 
Honor Roll; Dean's List. 



BETTY SUE BARKER 

Chattanooga, Tennessee 

A.B. 

Transfer Oglethorpe University; Chi Omega; Glee Club 3, 4 
Publicity Manager 4; Travel Squad, Key Member; Phi Beta 
Stray Greeks 3, 4, Vice-President 4; President of Music School 4 
Freshman Advisor 4. 



JUNE BILLINGS 

Miami, Florida 

A.B. 

The Hatter 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.A. 2, 3; B.S.U. 1, 2, 3; F.T.A. 
Stevens House Council 3. 



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BROWN 
CAUSIER 



A. CALDWELL 
CLEMENTS 



J. CALDWELL 
COBB 



CALLAHAN 
COLLIER 



NANCY BROWN 

Jacksonville, Florida 

A.B. 

Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Theta Alpha Phi 
1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, 3, Vice-President 4; Pi Kappa Delta 
1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4; Debate Squad 1; The Honor 
3, 4; Business Manager of Theatre 2; Woman's Council 2, 3, 4, 
Sophomore Representative 2, Secretary 3, President 4; I.R.C. 3; 
Freshman Advisor; Little Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4; Hatter Staff 3. 



ANITA CALDWELL 
Ocala, Florida 

Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 1, President 2; 
W.A.A. 1, 2; Canterbury Club 2, 3, 4, Charter Member; 
Pan Hellenic Council 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2; President of Sopho- 
more Class; Freshman Advisor 3, 4; President Brittain Hall 
House Council 3; Woman's Council 3, 4, Representative at 
Large 4; Inter-Fraternity Council 3; Who's Who Among Stu- 
dents in American Colleges and Universities 3, 4; Honor Roll 3. 



JOYCE CALDWELL 

Orlando, Florida 

B.S. 

Zeta Tau Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Blazer Club 2, 3, 4, 
Secretary-Treasurer 3; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Y.W.A. 
1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2; Camera Club 2, 3, 4, President 3; 
Freshman Advisor 3, 4; I.R.C. 3, 4; Hatter Staff 3; F.T.A. 
1, 2, 3, 4; The Honor 3, 4, Treasurer 4; Pan Hellenic Council 4, 
Treasurer 4; Interfraternity Council 4; Honor Roll; Dean's List; 
House Council Stetson Hall 4. 



CAMILLA CALLAHAN 



JACK CAUSIER 

West Palm Beach, Florida 



CHARLES C. CLEMENTS 

LaFayette, Georgia 

A.B. 

Pi Kappa Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 1, Vice-President 2, 
President 3; Debate Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Manager Debate Squad 3; 
Ye Mystic Krewe 3, 4, Secretary 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Travel Squad 3; Little Theatre 1, 2; I.R.C. 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, 
President 4; B.S.U. Council 3; Freshman Advisor 2, 3, 4; 
The Hatter staff; Reporter Staff; President Non-Fraternity 
Association 3; President L.A. College; Honor Roll; Dean's List. 



RUTH E. COBB 
Pensacola, Florida 

Y.W.A. 1, 2, 3, President 3; Debate Squad 2, 3, Girls' Man- 
ager 3; Pi Kappa Delta 2, 3, Vice-President 3; Woman's 
Council 3; President Conrad House Council 3; Secretary L.A. 
College 3; B.S.U. 1, 2, 3; Freshman Advisor 2, 3; Honor Roll; 
Dean's List; Phi Society 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 2; Volunteers 
1, 2, 3; I.R.C. 2, 3; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3; Camera Club 2, 3. 



HILDA COLLIER 

Ocala, Florida 

L.A. 

Y.W.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 1, 2, President 3, Circle 
President 4; W.A.A. 1, 2; Camera Club 3; B.S.U. Council 3, 
F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Freshman 
Advisor 4; Honor Roll; Dean's List. 



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CORY 
W. DAVIS 



CULBERSON 
DAWSON 



DANIELS 
DICKEY 



G. DAVIS 
DOUGLAS 



ANN CORY 
Transfer Rollins College 

JOYCE CULBERSON 

Washington, D. C. 

B.A. 

Transfer University of Maryland and Baylor University; B.S.U. 
Council; Volunteers; Y.W.A. Circle Chairman Conrad Hall 4. 



EDWARD DANIELS, JR. 
Sanford, Florida 

Pi Kappa Phi, Warden; Interfraternity Council; Student Bar 
Association. 



WILLIAM J. DAVIS 
DeLand, Florida 

Transfer Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 2; Delta Tau Delta; 
Men's Intramural Secretary 3; Stray Greeks 3, 4, President 3; 
Interfraternity Council 3; Football Manager 4. 



SAMMIE LEE DAWSON 

Auburndale, Florida 

B.S. 

Phi Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.A. 1. 2, 3, 4, Circle President, 3 
F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Volunteers 2, 3, 4, President 4; B.S.U. Council 4 
Commerce Club 2, 3, 4; Woman's Council 3, 4; Honor Roll: 
Freshman Advisor 3; Collegiate Christian 2; Student 
Hostess 3, 4. 



GEORGE H. DAVIS 



MARGARET DICKEY 

Bristol, Virginia 

B.A. 

Transfer Virginia Intermont College; Reporting Staff 3; Phi 
Beta 3, 4, Historian 4; Pi Beta Phi 3, 4; Little Theatre 3; 
La Franciade 3; W.A.A. 3, 4. 



JANICE DOUGLAS 

High Springs, Florida 

L.A. 

Little Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4; Theta Alpha Phi 3, 4; Y.W.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 3, 4; Camera Club 3; I.R.C. 2, 3; Honor Roll; Dean's 
List; Homecoming Team Sponsor 4. 




EMERSON 
GILLESPIE 



FEASEL 
GILLIAM 



FECZKO 
GODWIN 



GARRETT 
GORDIE 



CAROL EMERSON 

Rrooksville, Florida 

B.S. 

Zeta Tau Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; The Honor 2, 3, 4, 
Treasurer 4; Blazer Club 2, 3, 4, President 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Y.W.A. 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 3; Hatter Staff 3; Freshman Ad- 
visor 3; Commerce Club 2, 3; President Business School 3; 
Woman's Council Treasurer 3; Honor Roll; Band 1. 



ARLENE FEASEL 

DORIS FECZKO 

Daytona Beach, Florida 
B.A. 

I.R.C. 2, 3; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Hatter Staff 3; Phi Alpha Theta 3, 4; 
Transfer from New Jersey State Teachers College. 

JEWEL GARRETT 

Pensacola, Florida 

L.A. 

Social Vice-President of Student Body 3, 4; Student Hostess 4; 
Woman's Executive Council; Y.W.A.; W.A.A. ; Varsity Basket- 
ball; Press Club 3, 4; B.S.U.; I.R.C. Executive Council of Rat 
Court 2, 3, 4. 



JOSEPH LYLE GILLESPIE 

South Charleston, West Virginia 

B.S. 

Transfer West Virginia University; Pi Kappa Phi. 



JOYCE GILLIAM 

New Smyrna, Florida 

A.B. 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 2, 3; Y.W.A. 2, 3, 4; Zeta Tau 
Alpha 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; La Franciade 2, 3, Secretary 2, 3. 



JIMMIE GODWIN 

Frostproof, Florida 

B.A. 

Zeta Tau Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Camera Club 3; Phi Society 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; 
Gamma Epsilon 4; Hatter Staff 3; I.R.C. 3, 4, Corresponding 
Secretary 4; Freshman Advisor 3, 4; The Honor 3, 4, Secretary 
4; Beta Chi Omega 3, 4, President 4; Chemistry Laboratory 
Assistant; Scroll and Key 3, 4. 



IRENE GORDIE 

DeLand, Florida 

A.B. 

Transfer Wesleyan; Glee Club 2, 3; W.A.A. 2; Band 2, 3; 
Pi Beta Phi 2, 3, 4; Orchestra 3; Reporter Staff 3, 4; Press 
Club 3, 4; F.T.A. 3. 



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GOULD 
HARRIS 



GOWER 
HENDRY 



GRANTHAM 
HENRY 



HARPER 
HOBSON 



JOHN R. GOULD 
Chicago, Illinois 

Sigma Nu, Treasurer, Chaplain, House Manager; Press Club; 
Newman Club; International Relations Club; Stetson Reporter; 
Stetsonian; Vice-President Business School; Ye Mystic Krewe; 
Treasurer Interfraternity Council; Phi Alpha Delta. 



HUGH GOWER 

Mount Vernon, Ohio 

B.S. 

Glee Club 1, 2; Pi Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, 3. 



ALMA GRANTHAM 

Sanford, Florida 

B.M. 

Glee Club Accompanist 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Director 4, Key 
Member, Travel Squad; Alpha Xi Delta 3, 4; Pi Beta 3, 4, 
Treasurer 4; Scroll and Key 4, President; Phi Society 1, 2, 3, 4; 
The Honor 3, 4; Treasurer Student Body 3; Feature Section of 
Hatter 3; Freshman Advisor 3, 4; Honor Roll; Dean's List; 
Treasurer of Music School 4. 



JEAN HARPER 

Sanford, Florida 

A.B. 

Transfer F.S.C.W.; Y.W.C.A. 1, 2, 3,; B.S.U. 1, 2, 3; Spanish 
Club 1; Freshman Advisor 2; Honor Roll; F.T.A.; Y.W.A. 



VIRGINIA HARRIS 

Apopka, Florida 

B.A. 

Transfer from Greensboro College, Greensboro, N. C; Delta 
Delta Delta 3, 4, Rush Chairman 4; W.A.A. 3, 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; 
Y.W.A. 3; Freshman Advisor 4; Pan Hellenic Council 4; Cheer- 
leader 3, 4; Treasurer Senior Class 4. 



VIRGINIA HENDRY 

West Palm Beach, Florida 

A.B. 

Transfer F.S.C.W.; Alpha Xi Delta 3, 4, Secretary 4; Theta 
Alpha Phi 3, 4, Secretary 4; Stetson Reporter 3, 4; Society 
Editor 4; Y.W.A. 3, 4; Honor Roll; I.R.C. 4; Freshman Ad- 
visor 4; Hatter Staff 4; Little Theatre 3, 4. 



ROBERT D. HENRY 

DeLand, Florida 

B.S. 

Delta Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; President Sophomore 
Class; Vice-President Junior Class; President Student Body 4; 
Freshman Advisor 3, 4; Interfraternity Council 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Ye Mystic Krewe 4; Newton Club 3; Der Deutsche Verein 2, 3; 
Little' Theatre 1, 2, 3; Honor Roll 4; Dean's List 4. 



FRANCES HOBSON 

St. Petersburg, Florida 

A.B. 

Transfer from Mars Hill College; Pi Beta Phi 3, 4; W.A.A. 3, 4; 
Hatter Staff 4. 




HOWARD 


HOWES 


JOHNSON 


JORDAN 


CHARLES L. HOWARD, JR. 




R.S. 




B.S.U. Council 2; Glee Club 2. 




EMILY HOWES 




DeLand, Florida 




A.B. 





I.R.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, Treasurer 4; Pi Delta Psi 1; 
La Franciade 1, 2, 3; F.T.A. 4; The Hatter Staff 3; B.S.U. 
1, 2, 3, 4; Town Girls' Club 3, 4; The Reporter 3; The Honor 
3, 4, President 4; Little Theatre 1, 2; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Dean's List 3, 4. 



DEMARIS HAGUE 



IRIS JUNE HART 
Sebring, Florida 

Band 1, 2, President 3; Symphony Orchestra 2; Delta Gamma 
Phi 2, 3, President 2; Delta Delta Delta 2, 3; Honor Roll; 
Dean's List; W.A.A. 1, 2; Y.W.A. 1, 2; Camera Club 1, 2; 
Hatter Staff 2, 3; Reporter Staff 2, 3; Reporter 2; Pi Kappa 
Delta 2, 3; Debate Squad, Girls' Manager 2, 3; Little Theatre 
2, 3: I.R.C. 2. 



HAGUE 


HART 


KNIGHT 


LAND 


ANNIE LEE JOHNSON 




Fort Myers, Florida 




B.A. 





Transfer New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary; Thomas 
A. Edison College; Y.W.A. 3, 4; Volunteers 3, 4; B.S.U. 3, 4; 
Alpha Dexioma 3, 4; Non-Fraternity Association 4; I.R.C. 3, 4 
Stetson House Council 4; Student Hostess 3, 4; W.A.A. 3, 4 
Honor Pioll. 



FRANCES JORDAN 



GERALDINE KNIGHT 

Ocala, Florida 

A.B. 

Transfer Western Maryland College, Westminster, Md.; Blazer 
Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President; Canterbury Club 2, 3, 4; The 
Honor 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Interfraternity Council 3, 4, 
Secretary 4; Panhellenic Council 3, 4, Secretary 4; Pi Beta Phi 
Vice-President 2, 3, President 3, 4; Honor Roll; Dean's List; 
Varsity Basketball 2; Freshman Advisor 3, 4; Phi Alpha Theta 
3, 4; Y.W.A. 2; Y.W.F.A. 3, Vice-President; W.A.A. 2, 3, 4. 



ELIZABETH LAND 

Jacksonville, Florida 

A.B. 

Transfer from Blue Mountain College; W.A.A.; F.T.A.; I.R.C 
Circle Leader Y.W.A.; B.S.U Council. 



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McCASLIN 

Mcdonald 



E. McCOLLUM 
McEMBER 



N. McCOLLUM 
McKENZIE 



McCULLY 

McMillan 



JOE McCASLIN 

EDWARD H. McCOLLUM 

NANCY McCOLLUM 

Auburndale, Florida 

B.S. 

Transfer Wesleyan College; Pi Beta Phi 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, 
Convention Delegate; Beta Chi Omega 3, 4; La Franciade 
2, 3, 4; Freshman Advisor 3, 4; Biology Laboratory Assistant 4; 
Scroll and Key 3, 4, Vice-President 4; W.A.A. 2, 3; Honor 
Roll; Dean's List. 



JEWEL F. McCULLY 
Ocala, Florida 
B.M. 

W.A.A. 3; Girls' Varsity Basketball 2, 3; I.R.C. 3, 4; Glee Club 
1, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club 3; F.T.A. 3, 4; Y.W.A. 2, 3, 4, Circle 
Chairman 4; Volunteers 2, 3, 4. 



dusty Mcdonald 

DONALD F. McEMBER 

Ludington, Michigan 

B.S. 

Transfer University of Michigan; Delta Sigma Phi; President 
Senior Class; Band 3; Orchestra 3. 



VIRGINIA McKENZIE 

New Smyrna Beach, Florida 

B.S. 

Delta Delta Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3, 
President 4; F.T.A. 3, 4; Phi Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Dean's List; 
Commerce Club 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; President Stevens 
Hall 3; Vice-President Woman's Council 4; Scroll and Key 
3, 4, Treasurer 4; The Honor 3, 4; Glee Club 1; W.A.A. 
1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3; Y.W.A. 1, 2; Freshman 
Advisor 3; Pan Hellenic President 4; Interfraternity Council 4; 
Student Body Treasurer 4; Business School Secretary 2; 3. 



archie McMillan 

DeLand, Florida 
B.M. 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Male Quartette 2, 3, 4; Radio Chorus 
1, 2, 3, 4; Reporter 3, 4; Veterans 3, 4; Freshman Advisor 4. 



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MANSUR 
D. MILLS 



MAXCY 
F. MILLS 



MERRILL 
MITCHELL 



MILLER 
MOORE 



RICHARD MANSUR 



DOTTSON MILLS 



PATRICIA MAXCY 

Frostproof, Florida 

B.S. 

Hatter Staff 3; Freshman Advisor 4; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; I.R.C. 3, 4; 
W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Zeta Tau 
Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3; Camera Club 2, 3, 4, 
Treasurer 4; Y.W.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary Junior Class; Secretary 
Student Body 4; All-Round Athletic ' Girl 3; Most Valuable 
Intramural Player 3; Stetson Hall House Council 4; Blazer 
Club 2, 3, 4; Secretary Business School 4; Pan Hellenic Coun- 
cil 3; Interfraternity Council 3, 4, Secretary 4. 



MARJORIE MERRILL 

DeLand, Florida 

A.B. 

Alpha Xi Delta 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4; Outstanding Freshman 
Girl 1; Theta Alpha Phi 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 
2; Phi Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Pi 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3 
Hatter Staff 1, 2, 3, Organizations Editor 1, 2, Editor 3 
M.S.O. 1, 2; Press Club 1, 3, 4; Honor Roll; Dean's List 
Glee Club 1, 2; Freshman Advisor 3, 4; Stetson Reporter 3 
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities 3, 4 
Women's Town Council 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3; Vice-Presi- 
dent Student Body 4; Treasurer Sophomore Class 2; Pan Hel- 
lenic Vice-President 4; Interfraternity Council 3, 4; The 
Honor 3. 4. 



FRANCES MILLS 

Conner, Florida 

B.S. 

Y.W.A. 2, 3, 4; M.S.O.; F.T.A. 



JEWELL MITCHELL 

Atlanta, Georgia 

B.S. 



Transfer Oglethorpe University; Beta Chi Omega 3, 4, Secre- 
tary 4; Stray Greeks 3, 4; W.A.A. 3, 4; Woman's Council 4; 
Varsity Basketball 3, 4. 



RUTH MOORE 

Temuco, Chile 

S.Q. 

B.S. 

Gamma Sigma Epsilon; Sigma Delta Pi, Vice-President; Glee 
Club 1, 2, 3; I.R.C.; Y.W.A. 



JOAN MILLER 

Orlando, Florida 

B.S. 

Transfer Wesleyan College; Pi Beta Phi 2, 3, 4; Beta Chi 
Omega 3, 4, Vice-President; Gamma Sigma Epsilon 3, 4, Treas- 
urer; Freshman Advisor 3, 4; Press Club President 3, 4; Hatter 
Staff 2, 3, 4, Associate Editor 3, Organizations Editor 4; Biology 
Laboratory' Assistant 4; W.A.A. 2, 3; House Council 3. 



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MULHOLLAND 
NOBLE 



MURRAY 
NORDMAN 



MYERS 
NYDEGGAR 



NELSON 
OWENS 



BETTY MULHOLLAND 

Eustis, Florida 

A.B. 

Transfer Ohio Wesleyan; Glee Club 2, 3, Travel Squad; Sigma 
Delta Pi Treasurer, Recording Secretary; La Franciade, Vice- 
President; Stray Greeks, Secretary-Treasurer; M.S.O.; Executive 
Women's Council; President Stevens Hall; Freshman Advisor. 
F.T.A. 



IRIS MURRAY 

Jacksonville, Florida 

B.S. 

Phi Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; B.S.U. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Commerce Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Honor Roll; 
Dean's List. 



JEAN NOBLE 

New Britain, Connecticut 

B.A. 

Pi Beta Phi 2, 3, 4; Canterbury Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 
President 4; La Franciade 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3; Freshman 
Advisor 4; Honor Roll 3; Hatter Staff 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 2; 
Y.W.A. 3. 



CHARLOTTE NORDMAN 

DeLand, Florida 

B.S. 

Phi Society 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Sigma Delta Pi 2, 3, 4, 
Secretary 2, President 3; Commerce Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 
4; F.T.A. 3; Newman Club 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4; 
Club for Town Women 3, 4; Honor Roll; Dean's List 3. 



ALTON MYERS 
JAMES NELSON 



JOAN NYDEGGAR 

Orlando, Florida 

B.A. 

Transfer Wesleyan; Freshman Advisor 3, 4; Vice-President 
Junior Class; Y.W.A. 2; W.A.A. 2, 3, 4; Woman's Council 3, 
Treasurer; Honor Roll; Pi Beta Phi 2, 3, 4; Westminster Fellow- 
ship 2, Vice-President. 



JAMES OWENS 



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PURTZ 
ROWELL 



RAGSDALE 
RUCKER 



EDNA M. PARRISH 
DeLand, Florida 



CARL S. PARSONS 



WILLIAM R. REESE 
B.S. 

Pi Kappa Phi, Archon 4; Interfraternity Council, Treasurer 4; 
Vice-President Senior Class; Freshman Advisor 4; President 
Rusiness School 4; Varsity Football; Varsity Basketball; S Club. 



KEN L. PURTZ 

Sarasota, Florida 

B.S. 

University of Miami 1943; Georgia Tech 1943-44; President 
Sophomore Class; Varsity Basketball; Tennis Coach 4. 



MIRIAM RAGSDALE 

Atlanta, Georgia 

A.B. 

Zeta Tau Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Y.W.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 
W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pan Hellenic Council 4; F.T.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Secretary 2, 3; Camera Club 3, 4; I.R.C. 3, 4; Hatter Staff 2, 3. 



MARGARET RIGGS 
West Palm Beach, Florida 



FRANCIS E. ROWELL 

Trenton, Florida 

A.B. 

Pi Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4. 
ESTHER RUCKER 



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SEBASTIAN 
SHAW 



SECKINGER 
SMITH 



SCOTT 
STILLWELL 



SHARP 
STULTS 



DILLARD SEBASTIAN 
Plant City, Florida 

ROSELYN SECKINGER 

Auburndale, Florida 

B.S. 

Zeta Tau Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4; Blazer Club 2, 3, 4, 
Secretary-Treasurer 4; Freshman Advisor 3, 4; Y.W.A. 2, 3; 
F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3, Vice-President 4, 
President of Intramural Board 4. 



GLADYS SCOTT 



JOHN C. SHAW 

Simsbury, Connecticut 

B.S. 

Delta Sigma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 1, 2, Secretary 1, 2; 
Vice-President Business School 4; Little Theatre 1, 2; Com- 
merce Club; Freshman Advisor 3, 4; Honor Roll. 



AUDREY SMITH 

Lake Worth, Florida 

A.B. 

Pi Beta Phi 3, 4; Transfer William and Mary College; Inter- 
fraternity Council 4; Canterbury Club 3, 4; Hatter Staff 4; 
W.A.A. 3, 4; LaFranciade 2, 3. 



MARGARET E. SHARP 

Miami, Florida 

A.B. 

Transfer University of Miami; Volunteers; Y.W.A. Program 
Chairman, Publicity Chairman; Honor Roll; Dean's List. 



RUSSELL STILLWELL 

RALPH E. STULTS 

DeLand, Florida 

A.B. 

Volunteer Band; Glee Club 4; B.S.U. Council 4. 



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SWARTZ 
TRUNDLE 



TEAL 
WALDEN 



TRAINHAM 
WALKER 



TRIGG 
HALBERT 



MARGARET SWARTZ 

St. Augustine, Florida 
B.A. 

Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Volunteers 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, 
President 3, 4; Y.W.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Advisor 4; I.R.C. 
3, 4, Secretary 4. 



DOUGLAS TEAL, JR. 

Tulsa, Oklahoma 

B.S. 

Pi Kappa Phi 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 2, Treasurer 3; Veterans" 
Organization 1, 2, 3, 4, President 1; Commerce Club 3, 4; 
Ye Mystic Krewe 3, 4; President Sophomore Class; President 
Interfraternity Council 3; Baseball 3, Basketball 3, Football 4; 
President Rat Court 2; Freshman Advisor 2, 3, 4; Treasurer 
Business School; Honor Roll; Dean's List. 



ELIZABETH TRAINHAM 

Richmond, Virginia 
A.B. 

Glee Club 1, 2, 4; Zeta Tau Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.A. 1, 2, 4; 
W.A.A. 1, 2, 4; Treasurer Music School 3, Vice-President Music 
School 4; Volunteers 4; Camera Club 4. 



EVELYN TRUNDLE 
B.S. 

Zeta Tau Alpha 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4; W.A.A. 2, 3; Y.W.A. 2, 3; 
Camera Club 3; House Council 4. 



ANNA SUE WALDEN 

Plant City, Florida 

A.B. 

W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Y.W.A. 1, 2, 3, Treasurer Delta Delta Delta 
3, 4; Camera Club 2; Stevens Hall House Council 3; Freshman 
Advisor 4; Treasurer L.A. School 4; Interfraternity Council 
3, 4; F.T.A. 2, 3. 



FRANCES WALKER 

Perrine, Florida 

A.B. 

Transfer University of Alabama; Y.W.A. 2; W.A.A. 2, 3, 
Kappa Pi 3, 4, Secretary; Delta Delta Delta 3, 4. 



GORDON HALBERT 

Ministerial Association, President; B.S.U. Council. 



JEAN TRIGG 

Havana, Cuba 

A.B. 

Stetson Reporter 1; Delta Delta Delta 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll; 
Sigma Delta Pi 2, 3, 4; W.A.A. 4; Y.W.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. 



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A. M. WHITE 
L. WILLIAMS 



I. WHITE 
M. WILLIAMS 



WHITCOMBE 
WILSON 



WHITSETT 
YOUNG 



ANNA M. WHITE 

Mount Dora, Florida 

A.B. 

W.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Pi Beta Phi, Corresponding Secretary 2, 
Pan Hellenic Council 3; M.S.O. 2; F.T.A. 2, 3, 4; Little Theatre 
1, 2; I.R.C. 3, 4; Hatter Art Club 1. 



JANET E. WHITE 

DeLand, Florida 

B.S. 

Pi Beta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 3; Band 1, 2; 
Delta Gamma Phi 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Travel 
Squad 3; Dean's List; Commerce Club 2, 3, 4; I.R.C. 3; 
Hatter Staff 2; The Honor 3, 4; Freshman Advisor 2, 3, 4; 
W.A.A. 4. 



SALLY WHITCOMBE 



HARRY WHITSETT 
Daytona Beach, Florida 



LOREN A. WILLIAMS 

DeLand, Florida 

A.B. 

Transfer Bob Jones College; Ministerial Association; Glee Club; 
Travel Squad. 



MAXINE M. WILLIAMS 

DeLand, Florida 

A.B. 

Transfer Bob Jones College; Volunteer Band; Y.W.A., Secretary; 
Ministerial Wives' Association. 



KATIE WILSON 

Jacksonville, Florida 

A.B. 

B.S.U. Council; Volunteers; Y.W.A. Social Chairman; Phi 
Society; History Club; Collegiate Christian Associate Editor 
and Reporter. 



VICKEY YOUNG 

Gainesville, Florida 

B.A. 

Y.W.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2; Volunteers 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Treasurer 1, Vice-President 3; Band 1, 2; Delta Gamma Phi 
2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Travel Squad 3, 4, Key Member 4; 
Freshman Advisor 3; Woman's Council 4; B.S.U. Council 
President 4; Stetson Reporter 1, 3; Collegiate Christian, Editor 
3; I.R.C. 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4; Dean's List; Honor Roll; 
Non-Fraternity Organization 4; Student Hostess 3, 4. 



gehicrJ Vet Pictured 



Catherine Knapp Breyette 

DeLand, Fla. 

A.B. 

Muriel Gilkes Colluka 

Coronado Beach, Fla. 

A.B. 

Joseph Johnson 

Arcadia, Fla. 

A.B. 

Glendon E. Wetzel 

St. Petersburg, Fla. 

B.S. 

Mabjobie Elizabeth Williams 

Fort Pierce, Fla. 

B.S. 



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Juhbte 

Almost there . . . really feeling their wings . . . now 
that things are under control, and they feel secure in 
their chances of graduation, they take over . . . men and 
women of the campus . . . they know their way around 
. . . busy in organizations . . . taking a last fling . . . 
they remember days when as freshmen the war was on, 
and things were pretty calm here . . . not enough men 
. . . few activities . . . but look at them now! 



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JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 

Russell Dixon President 

Rhodes Spell Vice-President 

Christine Magaha Secretary 

Louise Adler Treasurer 



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Elizabeth Arnold, Richard Earle Arnold, Carolyn Baggett, Vonita Baldwin, Louise Barteaux. Margaret Bateman, Walter Benke, Louise 
Beyers, Joyce Blackwell. 

Helen Blount, Martha Bowen, Constance Bradley, J. Cleaver Bradley, Mary Louise Bradley, Faye Brooker, Joseph Marion Camp, Evone 
Wood Capell, Paul D. Carmichael, Jr. 

Evelyn Clark, Earl Cochran, Billie Cook, Barbara Cox, George Glenn Darty, Ellen Davis, Rosemary Day, Jean Delburn. Winifred 
Demorest. 

Robert Denham, Mitzi Detty, Charles Dickman, Russell Dixon, Eleanor Dooley, Robert Douglas, James Duilett, Lucy Effinger. Mae Hong Eng. 

Mae Sheng Eng, Max Fain, James Fisher, Doris Forsythe, Edna Garrett, Jean Geiger, Celia Goff, Gordon Halbert, Shirley Graham. 



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Sally Graybill. Philip Haddock. William Hamilon. Mary Haskins. Dorothy Hayes, Frank Hendrix, Dorothy Hill, June Hood, Barbara Home. 

Frances Horton. Maxine Johnson, Robert Preston Jones, Margaret Kincaid, Ruth King, Howard Kurtz, Marshall Lane, Barbara Lanning, 
Ernest Leland. 

Harry Liechty, Willa Lowery, Christine Magaha. Gertrude Mahoney, Joan Marshall, Gloria Mertz, Betty Jean Mills. Johnnie Mires. Thurman 
Mitchell. 

Betty Jane Moore, Gordon Parker. Harold K. Parsons, Dorothy Pat ton, Frank M. Pearl, Jeannie Philips, Joel Pierce, Mildred Pimm, 
Mavis Pitts. 

Walter Purtz, Agnes Reeser, June Remsburg, Virginia Rich, Myrtle Roebuck, Andrew Romano, Sara Rollins, Esther Rucker, 
Frances Rutledge. 




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Harry Sandusky, Minnie Sauls. Verdelle Sebring, Joan Shepherd, Betiy M. Smith, Farris Smith, John K. Snellings, Barbara Spees, 
J. R. Spell. 

Shirley Stanfill, Donalee Steckel, Glenn Stephens. Elizabeth Stoner, Jake Suiter, Charles Sutton, Philip Taylor, Betty Thompson. H. Thompson. 

Virginia Thompson, Helen Tresca, Barbara Ann Walters, Earldine Watkins. Carol White, Louie Wilkinson, Polly Williams, Bill Wil- 
liamson, Pauline Winderweedle. 



Faye Louise Young, Mary Tillman, Florence Gross. 




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Feeling so superior . . . two years down and two to go 
. . . content with the world like cats after a full meal . . . 
they look down on the rats, but they still feel a little 
respect toward the mighty Senior . . . this is the life; 
no cares ... no worries except those of exams, classes, 
Sophomore tests, and restricted areas . . . not too young 
to reminisce about their Freshman year when there 
were only 600 students! 



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SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 

J ake Alexander President 

John Godbee Vice-President 

Maureen Peterson Secretary 

Dorothy Hillman Treasurer 



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Maraina Acosta. Sara Martha Adams, George Aiken, Jake Alexander, 
Mary Alice Allen, Frances Allgood, Flora Jo Alston, Ann Ander- 
son, Muriel Anderson, James Arnold, Floyd Balsy. 



Frank Bamberg, W. W. Barnett, Madeline Barrow. Cyril R. Barteau. 
Irene Beauchamp, Henry Beckman, B. H. Becks, Martha Bennett, 
Waynette Blackburn, Dorothy Bodenstein, Wright Booth. 



Libby Braddock, R. E. Bradley. Barbara Branch. Faye Brooker. 
Betty Brown, Frank W. Brown, Rhea Jean Brubaker, Deverne 
Bryan, Myrle Bryant, Betsy Buck, Earl Bunch. 



Rosamond Burns, Betty Jo Butler, Ann Byrd, Mack Cleveland, Von 
Allen Clarke, Julian Clark, Jeff Clark, Jean A. Clark, Warren 
Christian, Fred Chance, Joe Courson. 



Frances Collins. Bonnell P. Coachman. Jack Castleberry. Russell Car- 
ter. Betty Jean Carpenter, Robert Carlton, John Cannon. George 
Dannals, Betty Davidson, Alma Dawson, Marilyn Dawson. 



Virginia Lee Day, Louis Deal, Thomas Deen, Marguerite Dibble. 
William Dicus, Jr., Helen Douglas, James Durdes, Elizabeth 
Durner, Martha EarnhaTdt, Robert Easland, Mary Edenfield. 



Joseph R. Elliott. Johnny Fair, Robert C. Feasel, Barbara Fitz, Rose- 
mary Flanagan. Eldridge Fletcher, William Fletcher, Mae Fon 
Eng, Mildred Foster, Leonard Funderburk, Cyril Garrett. 





THE HATTER 



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Laura Gay, Fred Geromanos, Noreen Geyer, Daniel Gillespie. Wayne 
Gilman. John Gcdbee, Richard Gordie. Bessie Golf, Jimmie 
Gray, K. Greene, John Groover. 



Fred Thomas Hage, Jeanne Harrell, Charlotte Harris, W. C. Harris. 
Thelma Hagberg, Wynelle Harrison. John Hathaway, Harschel 
Hatcher, Betty Lou Hayes, Sam Heidersbach, Jean Hinsey. 



Sarah Hess, Hubert H. Hevey, Dorothy Hillman, Robert E. Hensley, 
Timothy Herring, Dolores Holly, Beverly Hood, Suzanne Hopper. 
Martha C. Hudson, Ruth Hunter, Shirley Hunter. 



Joe Jacobs, Wilbur Jarrett. Wilma Dean Jenkins, Ernestine Hurlbert, 
Doris Hussell. Evelyn Jackson, Roland Jerrard, George B. Johnson, 
Billie Jones, Frederick Karl. Augustus Jones. 



Bernice Knabb, Andrew Knox. Edward Kolster, Lutie Keathley. 
Edwin E. Kelly, Albert Kenyon, William King, Ettie Kaon, Edward 
Kwiatkowski, Millie Lamb, Mary Landers. 



John Lownbury, Eleanor Mackay, Betty MacMorris, Betty Jo Lang- 
ston, Eunice LeClerc, Elouise Lee, Joy Lee, Emmett Lowe, George 
MacMullen, Christine Waldron, Walt Malmborg. 



Hugh McKinley, Gecrge B. McLean, William McTeer, Marjorie 
Marks, William Martin, W. G. Martin, Eston Matthews, J. S. McEnnis. 
Marshall McGregor, Lois Meadoss, Doris Merrill. 



Henry Meso, Vera Miller, Mary Mills, Thomas Miro, Edward Moore. 
Roberta Moore, Sylvia Morse. 




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THE HATTER 






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Edward Tallon, Valerie Taylor, Preston Thippen, William Thomas, 
Allyn Thompson, Phyllis Thompson, Mary Elizabeth Tribble, 
Forest C. Trout, Helen Trundle, Robert Tuten, Faye Tuten. 



Mary Mott, Margaret Myers, Suzanne Nelson, Alfred Newman, Patsy 
Norris, Ernest Owens, Asa Oxner, Gwen Parramore, Harold 
Parsons, Rabel Parsons, Roy Rex Patrick. 



George Patterson, Thomas Perrin, Eleanor Pestt, Will Peters, Maureen 
Peterson, Priscilla Peterson, Marianne Posner, Justine Priest, 
Richard Pumphrey, Lenore Virgin, Margaret Vriesinger. 



Alda Wadsworth. Warren Wall, Montine Watson, Ruth Webster. 
T. L. White. Iris Williams, Margaret Williams, Bill Wil- 
liamson, Charles Wilson, Beth Wood, Jane Wykoif. 



Ernest Zimmerman, Sonya Wentz, Penny Schaiier, Betty Sheridan, 
Sherry Hopper, Thomas Simpson. Miriam Skeene, D. K. Smith, 
Sara J. Smith, Virginia Smith, Ellen Sperring. 



H. Schwalbe, Harold Schwartz, Mary Selman, Fred Stewart, Dorothy 
Stormatt, Dorothy Stover. Betty Streetman, Mina Sue Strickland, 
John Sutton, Clifford Swain, William Ray. 



Beverly Sewell, Olive Seymour, Walter Shephard, Delva Register, 
Sarah Register, Wallace Register. Thomas Reichard. Margy 
Reinhardt, Marion Rhea. Frank Richardson. 




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THE HATTER 



57 



Betty Roberts, Doris Roberts, Pat Robinson, William Robinson, Arthur 
R. Roebuck, Sara Rollins, Ella Romano. 




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THE HATTER 




The rats . . . weighted down by their little green caps 
. . . they are the ones who keep Stetson going for- 
ward . . . 1,021 of them . . . how they hated those place- 
ment tests . . . freshman talent night, girls flirting with 
veterans, standing in line . . . these are the things they 
can tell their grandchildren about ... the boys got 
such a jolt during rat week when the girls wore no 
make-up and looked natural . . . they had their fun, 
and troubles, too . . . but all of them are still here . . . 
and looking ahead to the great day when they, too, 
will be UPPERCLASSMEN! 



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FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS 

Bryan Brasington President 

Max Anderson Vice-President 

Betty Ivey Secretary 

David Thomas Treasurer 



Belly Jane Adams, Mary Nell Ainsworlh, Carmen Albrilton. 
Zada Albury, Rena Wynelte Alderman. 



Murray Aim, Carolyn Marie Alms, Alma Lucille Allman, 
Max Anderson, Robert Auman. 



Cleve L. Atkins, Neila Marilyn Aultman, Jacqueline M. 
Bache, Douglas Milton Baer, Dorothy Ballentine. 



John Moore Banner, Helen Elizabeth Barksdale, Virginia Lee 
Barlow, Jerry Barrington, Roland Glen Barrington. 



Beverly Ann Bartlett. Alfred A. Baslaw, Esther Ruth Bass, 
George Madison Batchelor, Marjorie Beaty. 



Lois Juanita Beauchamp, Robert C. Becks, Robert R. Beidel- 
man, Mary English Bell, Ralph Bennett. 



Ida Marie Berger, Ray Stanford Bergman, Mary Reid 
Bessenger, Barbara Jean Bing, Lucy Bishop. 



Bruce Bishop, Robert Bishop, Uriel Blount, Jr., Doris Boden- 
stein, Jo Ann Bolle. 



George Borysewich. Dorothy Louise Bradberry, Adeline 
Bradford, Harold Brady, Annie Sula Branner. 




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William Edward Branthoover, Jr., James Edward Brantley, 
James Bryan Brasinglon, William Brawner. John L. Bray. 



James Frederick Breed, Robert Ralston Brewin, Gloria 
Brinkley, William Clifton Brinkley, William Chuck Broek. 



Everett Randolph Brooks, Doris Brown, Edgar Ellis Brown, 
Martha Brown, O'Dwaine Ardelia Burkett. 



Grace Allyne Burns, Donald Anthony Burroughs, Orris Hoyt 
Burroughs, Sarah LaVerne Burson, Grace Edna Busby. 



Margaret Anne Byars, Margaret Byrd, Paul Lincoln Curtis, 
Leona Cunningham, Richard Crum. 



Jerome Crowe, Harmon Crossley, Betty Jo Crosby, Ruth 
Crews. Jay Mason Cox. 



James Claude Cox, Betty Council, Mary Frances Coulbourn, 
Nancy Eleanor Cory, Joann Cope. 



Lee A. Cooper, Jr., Betty Lee Conway, James Conrad, 
Francis Augustus Conner, Elizabeth Conner. 



Donald Conn, Betty Comstock, Clarence William Colson, 
Joyce Collier, Bonnell Coachman. 



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William Overton Clifton, Lauranell Clayton, W. Vareen 
Clark, Sara Imogene Clark, Doris Jean Clark. 



Benjamin Robert Clark, Ann Elizabeth Clamp, John Bell 
Cheshire, Jr., Ethel Cheshire, Johanna Marie Campbell. 



Frances Adelaide Chappell, Howard Eugene Chapman, 
Frank Castellana, Nettie Lee Carroll, William H. 
Carmine, Jr. 



G. Hugh Carlton, William Henry Carlin, Margaret Camp, 
Paul Jefferson Cardieu, Helen Noveta Durrance. 



Jean Durrance, Mary Ruth Duncan. Joyce Lillian Duggan, 
Dorothy Jean Duffield, Herbert Lester Dudley. 



Billy Jackson Driver, Charles L. Driskell. Helen Elise Drew, 
Catherine Ann Dozier, George Francis Douglas. 



Charles Dorsey. Eugene Doran, Pansy Donald. Martha Helen 
Dillon, Donald Hoyt Dillard. 



Marjorie Dill, Margaret Devers, William Wayne Deans. 
Linton Joseph Day, John Tally Day. 



Harry Allen Day, Suzanne Davis, Stella Marie Davis, Ralph 
Eugene Davis, Keller Middleton Davis. 




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Joanne Davis. Felton Davis, Joseph J. Davies, Mary Davey, 
William Daniels. 



Barbara Dampier, Grace Dalton. Mona Dalbo, Don Everson, 
Betty Jean Eubanks. 



Joseph Esmail. Charlotte Enlow. Joan Enigson, Julia Ann 
Ellis. Robert Ellis. 



Alfred Edwards, Calvin Futch, Louis W. Felter, Royal 
French, Oliva Freeman. 



Lee Freeman. David Freeman, Nannie Franklin, Irvin Frank, 
Roy Fox. 



Rosemary Faust, Barbara Foster, Earl Forbes, Johanna Fin- 
ney, Ralph Flippo. 



Howard Fleming, Thomas Flanagan, Doris Fitzwater, Kirby 
W. File. Richard Finn. 



Jo Finley, Walter Feagins, Mary Jo Farrior, Max Fail 
Josephine Guziejeuski. 



Dick Grunwald, Martha Grey, W. J. Gress, Hugh Grainer, 
Mary Gordon. 



Curtis Golf. Mariam Glover. W. L. Givens, Byron Gay. 
Irene Garr. 



Eugene Huskey. Marvin Howard. loan Howard, Georgianne 
Howard. James Hornsby. 



Ben Home, George David Hope. Carolyn Holly, Paul Mollis. 
Grover Holland. 



lames Hodges, Harold Hodge, Charles Hillman, Milton Hill- 
house. Hugh High. 



Paul Hickson. Donald Heverman, Dorothy Henry, Hybert 
Hendry, George Heine. 



Beth Hazatone, Betty Hawthorne, Thornton Hartly, Richard 
Harris, Walter Hardin. 



Ruth Hardin, Keith Hansen, Mary A. Hamrick, Alan Hamlin, 
Betty Haltiwanger. 



William Hall, Lynn Hall. Harold Hall. Sophie Halis, 
Burleigh Hale. 



Donald Hale. Carol Hale. Patricia Halderman, Louis Halbert, 
Roger Hagaman. 






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Clarence Ivey. Betty Ivey, Don Irion, Robert Inabinei. 
Leo Imperial. 



Leira Jones. Carolyn Jones, Edward Joiner. Julian Johnson 
Joe L. Johnson. 



Donald Johnson, Stanton Jensen, C. B. Jennings, Martha 
Kurtz, Thomas Koehler. 



Philip Knowles. James Knight, Vernon Kirchof, Eugene 
Kippenhan, Joe Kinton. 



Martha King. Betty Kimmel. William Karnes, Karl Lorenz. 
Bill Lanigan. 



A. J. Lindsey, Jr.. Wallace Lewis, Pat Lemasters. Thomas 
Lee, Geneva Joy Lee. 



James Lee, Jeannine Ledbetter. Nick Larweth, Ann Lawton. 
Mary Ann Lancaster. 



Anita Lamkin, Robert Lain, Margie Lackey. Ernie McLeod, 
Archibald Mclnnis. 



Willis McGough, Clyde McCully, Mary McCullough, Odas 
McCrown, Kyle McCroan. 



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Hairy McCorkle, Dorothy McCollum, Gus Musleh, James 
Murray, Claude Mullis. 



Betty MacMorris. Arthur Morris, John Morley. LaOuida 
Morgan, James Moore. 



Martha Moon, Donald Moody, Margaret Montieth, Robert 
Mitchell, Jewell Mitchell. 



Mary Minnix, Maxine Mills. Nora Lee Mellor, Joyce Mielke, 
Orpha Merntt. 



Strobie Jean Merrill. Jose Menendez, Reba Meggs, Laird 
Meffert, Richard Mecklen. 



Jordan Maynard, Ronald Matthews, Madeline Mather, Max 
Massfellow, Richard Martin. 



Earl Marsh, William Mariield, Steward Marcy, Solon Man- 
sell, Libby Macy. 



John Mabry. Molly Morrison, Hubert Norman, Dorothy 
Nolan, Betty Nobles. 



Earl Nicholson, Charles Nichols. William Nelson, R. J. 
Napvewy. Fred Owens. 




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John O'Sullivan, Eugene O'Sullivan, Janice Osleen. Joyce 
Orr, Robert Olcotl. 



John Pyalt, Evelyn Purlz, Edythe Puffer, Claude Pucker, 
Jean Pryor. 



Mary Prince, Kenneth Prichard, Freida Prescott, Sam 
Prather, Robert Powell. 



Earl Pounds, Jay Poppell, Robert Pinder. Joanne Pickens, 
Mary Ellen Phillips. 



Louis Phillips, Earl Peters, Jack Persons, John Pelman, 
Montrey Peck. 



Jean Pearce. Mary Patrick, Martha Patrick, Arnold Pancratz. 
Frank Pajunen. 



John Page, Austin Rutledge, Marie Rozelle, Bob Rev 
Ralph Rosenberger. 



Margaret Rosenberger, Robert Rogers, Geraldine Rogers, 
Bette Rogers, Dorita Roca. 



Kenneth Roberts, Hilda Rival, Tom Risk, Harrell Riles, 
Craig Ridings. 



lames Riddell. Mary Lee Rich, Doris Rich, Clarence Renner, 
Patricia Reed. 



Edwin Reaves, Jack Ray, Albert Raulerson, Cecil Rathel, 
Betty Ann Ragen. 



Garrett Swindel, Mary Lou Summerall, Albert Sumler, Paul 
Straub, John Stokes. 



Paul Stewart, Carl Stevens, Angus Stephens, William Stark, 
Marianna Stapp. 



Dick Stanier, Dorothy Stafford, George Speer, Seletta Sparks, 
Harrison Solana. 



Thomas Sorrick. Kenneth Solomon, Gloria Solbrig. William 
Snyder, Walter Snyder. 



Marian Smith, Fitzhugh Smith, Charlotte Smith, Charles 
Smith, Betty Slater. 



H. B. Skelton, Carl Simmons, Samuel Siler, Roy Shupp, 
James Shioli. 



Walter Shepherd, John Sheppard, Madge Shellhouse, Emily 
Sharp, Lois Shaeffer. 





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Catherine Shackleiord, Robert Seymour. Jerry Scott, Frank 
Scott. Dale Scott. 



H. L. Schwalbe. Carlene Schultheis. Betty Schneider, Cyril 
Schleter, David Schick. 



Robert Scheanblum, Paul Schandel, Carl Sandusky, Myro 
Samson, Jeanette Sodler. 



Walter Turner. Shelby Turner. Robert Turner. Juanita Turner. 
William Turnbull. 



Delores Turash, Robert Tucker. LeRoy Tucker, Thomas Trout, 
Reba Trew. 



Helen Tresca. Matthew Tcssell, James Tomberlin. Gordon 
Titus, Georgene Thompson. 



Virginia Thomas, David Thomas, James Taylor, Norma 
Tatum, J. L. Tamberlin. 



Louis Taioys, Virginia Urquahart. Dirck Van Gilder, Lydia 
Vanj'in, Ruth Vause. 



Conrad Ussery. Patsy Van Sickler, Nelson Vinall, Robert 
Vincent, Robert Vogt. 



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Ray Voorhees, Russell R. Voorhees, Jefferson Voss, Walteria 
Woolen. Gloria Wynn. 



Richard Woodall, Helen Wooten, Robert Wilson, Pat Wilson, 
Vincent Williams, 



Earline Wilkes, Warren Wood, John Wood, Catherine Wise, 
John Winger. 



Roger Wilson, Lenore Williams, Homer Williams, Betty 
Williams, Elizabeth White. 



Harrell Wylie, Ruth Wilder. Muriel Wikon, Winifred Wigle, 
Jack Whitaker. 



Zachery Wester, Ann Whatley. Harold Westcott, James 
West, Hugh West. 



CotoI Wessman, Jim Wenzell, W. L. Wells. Betty Jo Wells, 
Alphus Weldon. 



James Webster. S. W. Wetherford. Thomas Webb. Billie 
Jean Webb. Pat Weathers. 



Jesse Watkins. James Warren, Arthur Warren. Betty Ward. 
Ann Ward. 




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Eldes Walton, Don Walden. Betty Wade. John Wade. 
Evelyn Wages. 



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Stetson, like other schools, has its features, too 
. . . those students that have become outstanding 
through extracurricular activities . . . the Music 
School and the Little Theatre . . . the things that 
the students will remember long after they've 
forgotten their book learning. 





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Wko\& Who in American 



ONE OF THE HIGHEST HONORS THAT CAN 
BE ATTAINED WHILE ATTENDING COLLEGE. 

Stetson students receiving that honor are Nancy 
Brown, Joyce Caldwell, Anita Caldwell, Jack Causier, 
Bob Clark, Ruth Cobb, Joe Camp, Jimmy Duffett, 
James Fisher, Jewel Garrett, Alma Grantham, Bob 
Henry, Chris Magaha, Richard Mansur, Marjorie Mer- 
rill, Virginia McKenzie, Archie McMillan, Douglas Teal, 
Vickey Young, Louie Wilkinson. 



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Those not pictured are James Fisher, 
Richard Mansur, and Vickey Young. 




JEWEL 
ARCHIE 



MARJORIE 
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CHRIS 
LOUIE 






Bill Reese received the high honor at Stetson 
of being chosen the Homecoming Mayor, and we 
must say he certainly did us justice. Bill is also 
outstanding as president of his fraternity. 



Gerry Knight will long be remembered as 
our gracious and cordial Homecoming Hostess. 
Gerry came to Stetson as a Junior, but she at- 
tained the popularity and standing on campus 
that most students fail to attain in four years. 




Kay Hooper was soloist this year for the Stet- 
son symphony orchestra. After attending Stetson 
for two years, Kay went to Juilliard in New York 
for one year and transferred back to Stetson to 
receive her degree. Kay will be remembered for 
her beautiful voice. 





Archie McMillan has won his claim to fame 
in outstanding work in the music school. Archie 
has worked untiringly in the music school and is 
known to everyone for his ready smile and 
greeting. 



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Bob Henry is known to all students as the 
man that wields the gavel at student body meet- 
ings. Before his entrance into service Bob made a 
record for himself at Stetson and since his re- 
turn he has added much to it. 



Chris Magaha is best known in the field of 
student publications. She is past editor-in-chief 
of the Stetson Reporter and editor of the 1947 
Hatter. 




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Jewel Garrett was the student's choice for 
social vice-president and she certainly did do a 
swell job. Jewel will also be remembered for 
her good work on the Woman's Council, and 
we mustn't forget Rat Court. 









Bryan Brasington seemed to make a hit at 
Stetson from the time he arrived. He first came 
into the spotlight by being chosen president of 
the Freshman Class. When football season 
started, that number fifty-two caught the eyes 
of all the spectators and the talk of the day was, 
"Breezy 's done it again." 



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Much can be said of the activities of Marjorie 
Merrill, but we feel you know her as well as we 
do. Marjorie was editor-in-chief of the 1946 
Hatter. Among other outstanding honors, Mar- 
jorie was chosen to be in Who's Who while 
only a Junior, and you know the rest. 



Jack Causier is another that once left Stetson 
and has returned again. Jack was very popular 
at Stetson before leaving; one of the honors he 
attained being membership in the Mystic Krewe. 
Now that he is back, among other things he is a 
very outstanding leader in his fraternity. 




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fke 1947 Queen <rf the Orange Semi . . . 



RINKY BRICE 



The tittle Theatre 




The dramatic department of the university is 
on its toes. On the average of once a month, a 
play is presented in the Stover Little Theater. 
The plays chosen are frequently Broadway hits, 
and the students really do them justice. If you 
want to see a gang hard at work, then drop by 
the Little Theater some evening and watch 
rehearsals. 




More goes on back stage than you 
would think. For each play a new set 
must be built and painted, properties 
must be found, and the lighting effects 
must be worked out. The busiest place in 
the theater before a show is the make-up 
table. Here boys and girls are trans- 
formed to everything from an old person 
to a ghost. It is fascinating to watch a 
play develop from a mere manuscript to 
the final production. 

Any student in Stetson can take part 
in die Little Theater; it is not restricted 
to speech students only. Dr. Irving C. 
Stover, the director, is always searching 
for new talent. So, it is on with the show! 




The IfltiJic £ckcct 



The white building on the coiner that actually seems to burst forth with music 
all through the day and into tire hours of the night is none other than the . . . 
Music School. 

The Music School has gone forward with Stetson and now has a very good 
reputation throughout tire state. 

Officers of the Music School are Betty Sue Barker, president; Louise Dearston, 
vice-president; Jean Geiger, secretary; Alma Grantham, treasurer. 




Clubs . . . publications . . . forum speak- 
ers . . . student body elections . . . frat 
parties ... all go toward giving the Stetson 
student that well-rounded education. 




OR 




GAN/ZAT/ONS 




s 



JOHN CAUSIER 
Captain 




LOUIE WILKINSON 
Second Mate 



JOHN GOULD 



RUSSELL STILWELL 
Cabin Boy 



1/e tit if A tic Mmte 

Founded 1934 
Colors: Red and Black 

Ye Mystic Krewe is an organization of Junior and Senior men, chosen without regard to 
fraternity or other affiliations. Selection is governed entirely by the abilities and accomplish- 
ments of the individuals. The purpose of the organization is to develop and coordinate a 
proper spirit among all elements of campus life and activities. 



in facultate 

Edward Furlong 
Richard Feasel 



John Causier 
Charles Clements 
Fred Dickinson 
James Duffett 
John Gould 



in universitate 

Robert Henry 
Richard Mansur 
Russell Stilwell 
Douglas Teal 
Louie Wilkinson 





The t/cHCf 



The purpose of The Honor is to give each girl the opportunity of making her life better and 
finer and thus of making herself more valuable to the people around her and to her univer- 
sity. The distinction of becoming a member of The Honor is bestowed as a reward for ac- 
complishments in scholarship, activities, and leadearship on Stetson's campus. 

The organization is headed by Emily Howes, president. Other officers are Gerry Knight, 
vice-president; Jimmy Godwin, secretary; and Joyce Caldwell, treasurer. 



The Cmtnefce Club 



The Commerce Club was organized in 1937 to develop a better understanding of the prin- 
ciples and problems of business. 

The officers of the Commerce Club are Russell Stilwell, president; Charlotte Nordman, vice- 
president; Winifred Demorest, secretary; Janet White, treasurer; Joe McCaslin, program chair- 
man; Dr. John W. Gorby, faculty sponsor. 

Odier members are Marzee Aiton, Eleanor Dooley, Eloise Lee, Donald McEmber, Virginia 
McKenzie, Christine Magaha, Iris Murray, Carl Parsons, Jeanne Phillips, Mildred Pimm, John 
Snellings, Douglas Teal, John Shaw. 




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The Scroll and Key was founded at Stetson in 1940 for the purpose of recognizing and en- 
couraging high scholarship. Members are chosen from the highest 10 percent of the Junior 
and Senior classes. No one is eligible for membership who does not possess qualities of 
leadership. 

The officers are Alma Grantham, president; Nancy McCollum, vice-president; Virginia Mac- 
Kenzie, secretary and treasurer. 

The members are Virginia MacKenzie, Elizabeth Ambrose, Alma Grantham, Nancy McCol- 
lum, Jimmie Godwin. 



Seta Seta Seta 



Beta Beta Beta came into existence on Stetson campus during the spring of this year when 
Beta Chi Omega went national. The purpose of the organization is to promote scholarship 
and stimulate an interest in biology. The members are chosen from students in advanced biol- 
ogy classes who maintain an average of B. 

The officers are Jimmie Godwin, president; Joan Miller, vice-president; Jewell Mitchell, sec- 
retary, and George Akin, treasurer. The faculty advisor is Miss Dorothy Fuller. 




The other members are Robert Douglas, Nan 
Poppell. Gladys Scott. Anna Belle Goff. Moraima 
Acosta, Frederick Keisling. Willa Dean Lowry, 
J. Rhodes Spell, Roston Williamson, Christine 
Waldrcn, Nancy McCollum, and Rosemary Day. 



Ike Pre** Club 

The outstanding staff members of the 
two campus publications, The Reporter 
and The Hatter, are united to form the 
Press Club. The bimonthly meetings are 
primarily social, although journalistic dis- 
cussions inevitably arise after the first 
cup of coffee. 

Editor-in-chief of the Press Club is 
Joan Miller; Associate Editor, Peggy 
Riggs; Secretary, Christine Magaha; 
Business Manager, Phil Knowles. 

Other members are Lucy Effinger, 
Elizabeth Fisher, Irene and Dick Gordie, 
Marjorie Merrill, Jewel Garrett, Bob 
Clark. John Gould. 

Faculty advisors of the Press Club are 
Miss Florence Cain, Miss Boslyn Col- 
lins, and Dr. Hugh McEniry. 




&iftna foelta Pi 



Sigma Delta Pi is a national honorary scholarship fraternity for 
students majoring or minoring in Spanish. The Alpha Iota 
Chapter was installed at Stetson in 1937. Several faculty mem- 
bers are former members of Sigma Delta Pi. These include 
Dr. Arjona, Dr. Bateson, Miss Foster, Professor Winters, Mrs. 
Fiske, Miss Preston, Miss Fuller, and Dr. Thornton. 

The officers are Edna Parrish, president; Eudell Sutley, vice- 
president; Betty Mulholland, recording secretary; Thelma Hag- 
berg, corresponding secretary, and Carolyn Baggett, treasurer. 

The other members are Eleanor Dooley, Lydia Vaujin, 
Moriama Acosta, Charlotte Nordmann, Ruth Moore, Jean Trigg 
Rebecca Johnson, and Muriel Collura. 






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Phi Seta 



Phi Beta has existed on Stetson campus since 1921 as an honorary organization for young 
women who prove themselves outstanding in music. It gives recognition for scholarly work, high 
ideals, and exceptional ability. Phi Beta is a member of the national Professional Pan-Hellenic 
Society. Its members act as hostesses for all music activities. 

The officers of the organization are Shirley George, president; Alice Parkhurst, vice-president; 
Louise Dearston, secretary; Alma Grantham, treasurer; Margaret Dickey, historian, and Shirley 
Stanfill, doorkeeper. 

Other active members are Kay Hooper, Betty Sue Barker, Jean Harrell, Miriam Skeene, Kath- 
erine Allen, Mary Louise Bradley. 

Pledges are Sara Jane Smith, Roberta Moore, Delva Register, Carol White, Donnalee Steckel, 
Sara Rollins, Maiy Elizabeth Tribble, and Laura Gay. 




Kappa Pi 




To form bodies of representative students who shall, 
by their influence and their artistic interest, uphold 
the highest ideals of a liberal education. 

• • • 

To provide a means whereby congenial groups of 
men and women of artistic inclinations may meet for 
the purpose of informal study and entertainment. 

• * * 

To raise the standards of productive, artistic work 
among the students in the colleges and universities. 

• • • 

To furnish the highest reward for conscientious efforts 
in furthering the best interest of art in the broadest 
sense of the term, by election to membership in the 
fraternity, based upon such meritorious work. 



National Honorary Art Fraternity 

ALPHA TAU 
CHAPTER 

Installed at John B. Stetson 

University 

May 25, 1946 

Miss Edith Harvey 

Faculty Advisor and Sponsor 

Mrs. Thelma Fiske 
Alumnae Advisor 

Frances Horton 
President 

Doris Hussell 
Vice-President 

Frances Walker 
Recording Secretary 

Marjorie Merrill 

Corresponding Secretary 





Jheta Alpha Phi 

National Honorary Dramatic Fraternity 
FLORIDA ALPHA CHAPTER 

OFFICERS 

Richabd Mansue President 

Nancy Bkown Vice-President 

Virginia Hendry Secretary 

John Causier Treasurer 

'Dr. Irving C. Stover, Virginia Giffin Directors 

MEMBERS 

Joe Camp, Janice Douglas, James Fisher, Fiances Horton, 

Marjorie Merrill, Russell Stilwell, Allyn Thompson, 

Louie Wilkinson. 

FACULTY 

Jamie Albritton, Dr. Howard Bateson, Annette Clark, Harold 

Giffin, Charles Henderson, Louise Howarth, Ray Jordan, 

Lillian Preston, Alice Weisner. 





Pi Kappa foetta 






CHARLES CLEMENTS 



MILDRED COSSON 



The Florida Beta Chapter of Pi Kappa Delta, national honorary forensic fraternity, was established at Stetson in 1939. The 
purpose of Pi Kappa Delta is to promote a greater interest in the art of public speaking and active participation in forensic 
activities. 

The officers are Jessie Gibson, president; Ruth Cobb, vice-president; Nancy Brown, secretary; Iris June Hart, treasurer; Dr. 
Stover and Professor Brand, advisors. Other members are Charles Clements, Jr., and Mildred Cosson. 



hebate £qua4 



During the past year the Debate Squad participated in several tournaments with other Florida colleges. Stetson was rep- 
resented at the National Pi Kappa Delta Tournament in Bowling Green, Ohio, at the Southern Speech Teachers' Association 
Tournament in Baton Rouge, La., and at the Southwide Tournament at Chapel Hill, N. C. The National intercollegiate de- 
bate question was "Resolved: That labor should be given a direct share in the management of industry." 




HELEN WOOTEN 



CHARLES CLEMENTS 



RUTH COBB 



The members are John- 
nie Cannon, Charles 
Clements, Jr., Ruth Cobb, 
Jessie Gibson, Iris June 
Hart, Hilda Ruth Rival, 
Delores Holley, Russell 
Hornsby, Betty Miller, 
James Tucker, and Helen 
Wooten. 




The officers are Charles 
Clements, Jr., men's man- 
ager; Ruth Cobb, wom- 
en's manager; James 
Tucker and Helen 
Wooten, Assistant man- 
agers; and Professor R. C. 
Brand, coach. 





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Phi £ccietti 



The Phi Society is an honor society sponsored 
by members of Phi Beta Kappa in a number of 
colleges and universities. It is limited to the 
courses in Liberal Arts, and to be eligible for 
membership students must maintain an average 
grade of B plus in their first year college work. 

The members are Ruth Cobb, Sammie Daw- 
son, Margee Aiton, Jimmie Godwin, Charlotte 
Nordman, Marjorie Merrill, Iris Murray, Virginia 
McKenzie, and Alma Grantham. 



The Canterbury Club 



The aim of the Canterbury Club is to serve the mission of Christianity in higher education by fostering 
among its members a better understanding of the faith and practice of the Episcopal Church and loyalty to its 
corporate life. 

The faculty members are Carl H. Johnson, Dr. Frances Thornton, Miss Charlotte Smith, and Mr. Andrew 
C. Preston. 

The officers of the Canterbury Club are Dorothy Hayes, president; George Akin, vice-president; Marjorie 
Marks, secretary; Edward Koester, treasurer. 









The members of the Canterbury Club 
are Anita Caldwell, Noreen Geyer, 
Dorothy Hayes, Betty Lou Hayes, Mel 
Landers, Audrey Smith, Gerry Knight, 
Eunice Le Clerc, Martitia Lane, Marshal 
Lane, Judy Patrick, Helen Wooten, 
Muriel Anderson, Martha Ernhart, De- 
maris Hague, Jean Noble, Mary Ann 
Posner, Doris Hussel, Betty Rogers, Nan- 
cy Cory, Mary Haskins, Mary Frances 
Colburn, Thomas Perrin, Ruth Sackett, 
Penny Schaeffer, Patricia Weadiers. 



Kappa Kappa PM 

The purpose of Delta Gamma Phi is to unite 
the women of the band so as to promote higher 
standards of musicianship, scholarship, and co- 
operative spirit in the band. 

The officers of the organization are Donnalee 
Steckel, president; Delva Register, vice-presi- 
dent; Sara Jane Smith, secretary; Betty Jane 
Moore, treasurer; Madeline Barrow, reporter, 
and Iris June Hart, petitioner. 

Other members are Katherine Allen, Mary 
Mills, Roberta Moore, Lenore Virgin, Carol 
White, and Vickey Young. 




fcetta (jamma Phi 

To promote the best interests of college bands- 
men and to encourage a higher type of band 
music, Kappa Kappa Psi, national band frater- 
nity, was founded. Each candidate for initiation 
into this fraternity must be an outstanding 
siudsnt. 

The president of Kappa Kappa Psi is Don 
Yaxley; vics-president, William Martin; secre- 
tary, Joe Courson; treasurer, William Branthoo- 
ver; chaplain, Hugh McKinley. 



Tho members cf Kappa Kappa P^i a-'o. top row left to 
ri.hi: William Merlin, Jco Courson, William Eranthoover, 
an:*. Hugh McKin'ey. Those pictured, second row left to 
righ:, are Bob Fea-el, Douglas Baer, James Edward Brantley, 
and Eugene Doran. Third raw, left to right, are Charles 
Dorsey, Charles Dmcoll, Leo Imperial. Richard Woodall, 
and fourth rcw Wylie Harrell. 

The members net pictured are Donald Yaxley, Arthur 
Ccviverse, and Clarence Ivey. 










The Stajet Club 



Membership in this organization is based on good sportsmanship, leadership, athletic ability, and scholarship. 
Students may earn their letter "S" after two years of college work and upon initiation are presented with the 
green and white blazers. A bid to the club is the highest athletic honor a Stetson girl can receive. 

Members are as follows: Florence Gross, Roselyn Seckinger, Gerry Knight, Pat Maxcy, Carol Emerson, 
Damaris Hague, Joyce Caldwell, Sara Lett, Louise Adler, Verdelle Sebring, and Waynette Blackburn. 

The sponsor of the Blazer Club is Miss Esther Hick. 




W. A A 



Membership in the Women's Athletic Association is open to all young women. The W.A.A. sponsors a high school play day 
and intramural competition, encouraging the participation of the many rather than the few. It has for its use a club room in 
Cummings Gymnasium. 

The officers of the organization are Patricia Maxcy, president; Mary Haskins, vice-president; Dorothy Hays, corresponding 
secretary; Damaris Hague, treasurer; Verdell Sebring, recorder of points; Waynette Blackburn, publicity manager; Betty Sheri- 
dan, social chairman; advisors, Maiy Lippitt and Elizabeth Autry. 

The members are Louise Adler, Wynette Alderman, Muriel Anderson, Beulah Atkinson, Mary Jean Bailey, Mary Helen 
Baldwin, Vanita Baldwin, Dot Ballentine, Margaret Bateman, Marjorie Beaty, Juanita Beauchamp, Ida Berger, Mary B. Bes- 
singer, Carolyn Bethany, Lou Beyers, Lucy Bishop, Waynette Blackburn, Nora Bradley, Dorothy Bradberry, Rinky Brice, Gloria 
Brinkley, Betty Brown, Martha Brown, Rhea Jean Brubaker, Fay Brooker, Grace Busby, Betty Jo Butler, Anita Caldwell, Joyce 
Caldwell. 

Camilla Callahan, Betty Comstock, Betty Conner, Billie Cook, Ann Cory, Sally Crittenden, Grace Dalton, Betty Davidson, 
Stella Davis, Suzanne Davis. Marilyn Dawson, Jean Delburn, Margaret Dickey, Eleanor Dooley, Catherine Dozier, Dorothy Duf- 
field, Elizabeth Durner, Martha Earnhart, Charlotte Enlow, Peggy Feightner, Doris Fitzwater, Rosemary Flannagan, Barbara 
Foster, Rose Marie Foust, Sue Fowler, Nannie Franklin, Irene Garr, Jewel Garrett, Noreen Geyer. 

Jimmie Godwin, Sally Graybfll, Carolyn Hadley, Damaris Hague, Mary Alice Hamrick, Virginia Harris, Iris June Hart, Mary 
Haskins, Betty Hawthorne, Betty Lou Hayes, Dorothy Hayes, Nancy Helms, Dorothy Hill, Frances Hobson, Carolyn Holly, 
Beverly Hood, Ruth Hunter, Shirley Hunter, Betty Jean Ivey, Betty Ivey, Billie Jones, Carolyn Jones, Helen Jones, Lutie Keath- 
ley, Beth' Lou Kimmell, Martha King, Ruth King, Jerry Knight, Martha Kurtz, Mel Landers, Sunny Lanning. 

Eunice Le Clerc, Joy Lee, Sarah Lett, Ruth Lundvall, Betty Jane McCollum, Blanch McClellan, Virginia McKenzie, Sarah 
McMillan, Eleanor MacKay, Joan Maguire, Madeline Mather, Nancy Matthews, Joan Murdink, Laird Meftert, Betty Miller, Max- 
ine Miles, Jewell Mitchell, Martha Moon, Jean Noble, Betty Nobles, Lou Norris, Joan Nydegger, Betty Oglesby, Marjorie Olsen, 
Gwen Parramore, Martha Patrick, Mary Patrick, Dorothy Patton, Maureen Peterson, Mary Ellen Phillips. 

Mary Ann Posner, Mary Adele Prince, Miriam Ragsdale, June Remsburg, Hilda Rival, Mary Lee Rich, Pat Robinson, Myrtle 
Roebuck, Betty Rogers, Charlotte Rogers, Sarah Rogers, Frances Rutledge, Jeannette Sadler, Pat Sachs, Minnie Sauls, Irene 
Scott, Verdelle Sebring, Roselyn Seckinger, Beverly Sewell, Lois Shaeffer, Madge Shellhouse, Betty Sheridan, Audrey Smith, 
Donna Lee Steckel, Dorothy Stover, Valerie Taylor, Betty Thompson, Mary Tillman, Jean Trigg, Helen Trundle, Elizabeth 
Trainham. 

Virginia Urquhart, Alda Wadsworth, Anna Sue Walden, Frankie Walker, Barbara Ann Walters, Montine Watson, Betty Jo 
Wells, Anna Margaret White, Winifred Wigle, Jean Windram, Betty Williams, Sue Wise, Helen Wooten, Jane Wykoff, Gloria 
Wynn, Wanda Yoder. 



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DONALD YAXLEY 
President 






DONNALEE STECHEL 
Treasurer 



FRANCES BUXTON 
Conductor 




BETTY JANE MOORE 
Vice-President 



SARAH JANE SMITH 
Secretary 



Orchestra 



The Stetson Symphony Orchestra provides the student opportunity for experience as player, soloist, conductor and composer. 
Representative major works are performed at the concerts and the Symphony Orchestra also joins the Glee Club for the an- 
nual Messiah presentation, the opera and at the Commencement Concert. 

The violin section consists of Sarah Martha Adams, Walter Behnke, Salvatore Casale, Patricia Clifton, Mary Ruth Duncan, 
Leland Earnest, Donna Fair, Josephine Guziejewski, Horace Hawn, Robert Parks, Mildred Pimm, Alice Proctor, William 
Stark, William Turnbull. 

The other members of the string section are Arthur Converse and Shirley George, viola; Eleanor Leek and Carol White, 
cello, and Zada Albury, Paul Caskey, and Mary Mills, bass. 

The flutes are played by Sarah Jane Smith, Gloria Solbrig, and Miriam Glover, and the clarinet players are Wil- 
liam Branthoover, Ruth Hunter, Ruth Webster, and Stanley Wolfe. The oboe section consists of Betty Jane Moore and 
Verdery Roberts, and LaOuida Morgan plays the bassoon. 

The French Horn section is made up of Katherine Allen, Ed Brantley, and Goff Mace. Sara Jernigan and Robert Peasel 
play trumpets, and Wylie Harrell, Donnalee Stechel, and Donald Yaxley play trombones. Delva Register handles percussion, 
and Alma Grantham plays the piano. 



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JfhtefHatichat tfelaticHA Club 



The International Relations Club was organized in 1938 under the sponsorship of the Carnegie Endowment 
for International Peace. The purpose of the club is to stimulate a greater interest in and a better understand- 
ing of international affairs. 

The organization is led by Charles Clements, Jr., who is president. Other officers are Vicky Young, vice- 
president; Margaret Swartz, secretary; Jimmie Godwin, corresponding secretary; Emily Howes, treasurer; Ruth 
Cobb, program chairman; and Dr. Gilbert L. Lycan, sponsor. 



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The Stetson University Glee Club has become one of the 
outsatnding organizations on campus. In past years it has averaged 
some 50 performances during the school year. It has traveled 
from Miami to Pensacola. The war, of course, interrupted the 
schedule, but now it is getting back into motion, and hopes to 
resume the full schedule before long. Performances here at home 
include Homecoming, the Christmas Candlelight Service, The 
Messiah, an operetta, a spring concert and commencement. Then 
various appearances in surrounding communities and throughout 
the state are made. This year the club was composed of 130 
voices, being divided into two squads: 80 in "A" Squad and 50 in 
the "B" group. The very capable directors are Miss Ruth M. 
Richardson and Harold M. Giffin. 

In past years when facilities enabled them to do so, various 
appearances were made on the air. For this, a select group of 
25 voices was chosen to compose the Radio Chorus. As these 
facilities again present themselves, the chorus plans to continue 
its radio work. 

The soprano section of the Glee Club is composed of Barbara 
Albritton, Carolyn Almes, Flora Jo Alston, Carolyn Baggett, 
Betty Barker, Beverly Bartlett, Mary Bessenger, Rosamond Burns, 
Doris Clark, Virginia Day, Louise Dearston, Helen Emery, Barbara 
Foster, Edna Garrett, Jean Geiger, Thelma Hagberg, Martha 
Haigler, Sarah Hess, Sophia Hlis, Kay Hooper, Wilma Dean 
Jenkins, Juanita Jones, Anita Lamkin, Betty Jo Langston, Mary 
Jane Lewis, Blanche McClellan, Gertrude Mahoney, Caroline 
Mink, Johnnie Mires, Margaret Olford, Alice Parkhurst, Rabel 
Parson, Dorothy Patton, Montrey Peck, Margaret Phillips, Elinor 
Piatt, Alice Proctor, Doris Roberts, Betty Roberts, Mary Rountree, 
Joan Sheppard, Betty Slater, Margaret Swartz, Mary Elizabeth 
Tribble, Mary Ruth Vause, Carol Wessman, Muriel Wilson, 
Faye Young. 



Altos are Katherine Allen, Elizabeth Arnold, Helen Baker, 
Madeline Barrow, Martha Bennett, Libby Braddock, Connie 
Bradley, Margaret Byars, Betty Lee Conway, Winifred Demorest, 
Mary Ruth Duncan, Sue Fowler, Joyce Gilliam, Betty Jane 
Ivey, Martha Kurtz, Martitia Lane, Bettijean Mills, Roberta 
Moore, Ruth Moore, Jewel Faye McCully, Betty Nobles, Mavis 
Pitts, Maurine Peterson, Marian Anne Rhea, Sara Rollins, Mar- 
garet Rosenberger, Verdelle Sebring, Miriam Skeene, Jessie Mae 
Sisk, Barbara Speas, Shirley Stanfill, Janet White, Jane Wykoff, 
Vickey Young. 

In the tenor section are Robert Auman, Vivian Brown, Chapman, 
Charles Clements, Howard Gordie, Keith Hanson, Harold Hodge, 
Harry Liechty, Archie McMillan, John Mabry, John Mitchell, 
Donald Moody, Calvin Moss, Ray Nye, Richard Pumphrey, 
Charles Riding, Robert Rogers, Bob Rowe, Jim Schubiger, Preston 
Smith, Matthew Tossell, Herman Turnage, Milton Walters, Bill 
Warfield, Loren Williams. 

The bass section includes Jake Alexander, Max Anderson, 
Mack Camp, Paul Caskey, Richard Crum, Harry Day, Russell 
Dixon, Leland Earnest, Philip Edelman, Max Fain, Bill Fletcher, 
Herschel Hatcher, J. M. Hodges, Dottson Mills, Harold Parson, 
Kenneth Pichard, Ralph Rosenberger, Wayde Rucker, Dillard 
Sebastian, Frank Scott, Jack Smith, Ralph Stults, David Thomas, 
Milton Walters, Thomas Webb. 

Officers of the Glee Club are James Schubiger, general man- 
ager; Helen Baker and Bill Fletcher, business managers; Betty 
Barker and Harry Liechty, publicity managers; Alma Grantham 
and Archie McMillan, student leaders. 

Alma Grantham and Carol White are the Glee Club 
accompanists. 











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Sopranos in the Radio Chorus are Betty Barker, Jean Geiger, 
Martha Haigler, Kay Hooper, Mary Jane Lewis, Jonnie Mires, 
Alice Parkhurst, Joan Sheppard. Altos are Helen Baker, Winifred 
Demorest. Betty Jane Ivey, Ruth Moore, Betty Nobles, Maureen 
Peterson, Verdelle Sebring, Janet White. In the tenor section are 



Robert Auman, Harry Liechty, Archie McMillan, Donald Moody, 
Jim Schubiger, Bill Warfield. Basses of the Radio Chorus are 
Max Anderson, Paul Caskey, Richard Crum, Russell Dixon, Bill 
Fletcher, Herschel Hatcher, Harold Parson, David Thomas. 



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Members of the soprano section of the Travel Squad, which is 
pictured below, are Barbara Albritton, Betty Barker, Beverly 
Bartlett, Doris Clark, Virginia Day, Edna Garrett, Jean Geiger, 
Thelma Hagberg, Martha Haigler, Kay Hooper, Wilma Dean 
Jenkins, Betty Jo Langston, Mary Jane Lewis, Johnnie Mires, 
Alice Parkhurst, Rabel Parson, Dorothy Pattern, Elinor Piatt, Betty 
Roberts, Joan Sheppard, Betty Slater, Margaret Swartz, Carol 
Wessman, Faye Young. 

Altos are Elizabeth Arnold, Helen Baker, Madeline Barrow, 
Connie Bradley, Winifred Demorest, Mary Ruth Duncan, Joyce 
Gilliam, Betty Jane Ivey, Martha Kurtz Bettijean Mills, Roberta 
Moore, Ruth Moore, Jewel Faye McCully, Betty Nobles, Mavis 



Pitts, Maureen Peterson, Marian Ann Rhea, Sara Rollins, Verdelle 
Sebring, Jessie Mae Sisk, Shirley Stanfill, Janet White, Jane 
Wykoff, Vickey Young. 

Those who sing tenor are Robert Auman, Charles Clements, 
Howard Gordie, Harry Liechty, Archie McMillan, John Mabry, 
Donald Moody, Calvin Moss, Ray Nye, Robert Rogers, Jim 
Schubiger, Bill Warfield, and Loren Williams. 

The bass section is composed of Max Anderson, Richard Crum, 
Russell Dixon, Leland Earnest, Bill Fletcher, Herschel Hatcher, 
J. M. Hodges, Dottson Mills, Harold Parson, Wayde Rucker, 
Frank Scott, Jack Smith, Ralph Stults, and David Thomas. 





Outun Teacher* 



"Who Dares to Teach Must 



BOYCE FOWLER EZELL CHAPTER 




PRESIDENT HILDA COLLIER SECRETARY ELIZABETH LAND 



First row: Sarah Martha Adams. Second row: Carolyn Baggett, Mary Gene Bailey. Vonila Baldwin, Margaret Ballentine, June Billings, Catherine 
Breyette, Alba Cobb, Ruth Cobb. Third row: Ernestine Hurlbert, Murial Collura. Arthur Converse, Betty Davidson, Sammie Dawson, Rosemary Day. 
Louise Dearston, Eleanor Dooley. Fourth row: Helen Douglas. Jimmy Du'fett. Mae Sheng Eng. Mildred Foster, Joyce Gilliam. Celia Goff. Rachel 
Harless, and Jean Harper. 





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\cccr Cease to Learn" 




SAMMIE DAWSON 
Librarian 



EUDELL SUTLEY 
Parliamentarian 



First row: Horace Hawn. Second row: Barbara Home. Betty Jane Ivey. Jonnie Grace Jones. Ruth Lundvall. Doris Merrill. Strobie Jean Merrill. 
Frances Mills. Betty Jane Moore. Third row: Betty Mulholland, Iris Murray. Tom Perrin. Justine Priest, Sarah Register. Esther Rucker. Minnie 
Sauls. Barbara Speas. Fourth row: Betty Streetman. Ruthmary Thompson. Lenore Virgin. Margaret Vriesenga. Montine Watson. Sally Whitcomb. 
Anna Margaret White, and Betty Williams. 





PHILIP KNOWLES 
Editor 




The £tetsen 



The purpose of the Stetson Reporter is to tell the Stet- 
son students what is being done, felt and thought on 
the campus and in the world outside. Its second pur- 
pose is to provide for the staff training and experience 
in conducting a newspaper. 

Finally the Reporter wishes to express its desire to 
help the students of Stetson. It is their paper. With 
the cooperation of both the faculty and the students 
during the years, it is hoped that the Reporter will be 
able to do much toward fostering and developing a 
greater school spirit and building a Stetson of which 
we may all be proud. 



RICHARD GORDIE 
Business Manager 




Reporter 



STAFF MEMBERS 

The members of the editorial staff are Philip L. 
Knowles, editor; Pat Sachs, associate editor; Virginia 
Hendry, society editor; Dan Dannals, sports editor; 
Allyn Thompson, literary editor; Beverly Sewell, feature 
editor. 

Members of the reporting staff are Peggy Riggs, Helen 
Jones, Archie MacMillan, Nadyne Miller, Irene Gordie, 
Christine Magaha, Barbara Home, Faye Brooker, Russ 
Hornsby, Joy Lee, Bob Clark, Bill Fisher, Lucy Effinger, 
Ernestine Hurlbert, Stewart Maxcy, Felton Davis. 

Members of the business staff are Richard Gordie, ad- 
vertising manager; Leo Hoarty, circulation manager. 







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Ike Hatter 



The Hatter staff has tried conscientiously to publish an annual that will bring back to you the gayer 
minutes at Stetson. If we have accomplished this we feel our work has not been in vain. 

The staff has had a lot of fun regardless of the headaches. We've tried to think up new ideas to please 
you and have prayed for sunshine when all the reports said rain. There's been laughter over beginners' mis- 
takes and begging for copy to be in on time with that inevitable deadline lurking in the near future. But if 
you like the 1947 Hatter, we're happy. 

The publication was headed by Chris Magaha, editor-in-chief, and Bob Clark, business manager. Lucy 
Effinger and Eleanor Dooley served as associate editors, while Joan Miller and Nan Poppell had their share 
of the worries with organizations. 



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LIBBY 


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The other members of the Hatter staff are Priscilla 
Peterson, Joyce Duggan, Dorothy Hillman, Faye Tuten, 
Moreen Geyer, Martha Bowen, Jean Noble, Peggy Riggs, 
Beverly Sewell, Virginia Hendry, Audrey Smith, Doc 
Hevey, George Dannals, Frances Horton, Mary Tillman, 
Iris June Hart, "Red" Martin, Waynette Blackburn, 
Betty Schneider, George Borysewich, Dick Finn, Barbara 
Cox, Jay Poppell, Nan Poppell, Frances Hobson, Mari- 
anne Posner, Libby Macy, Margie Lackey, Philip 
Knowles, Flo Gross, Vereen Clark, Dick Gordie, Hugh 
McKinlev, and Ernestine Hurlbert. 



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GORDON HALBERT 



The Ministerial Association is made up of young men who are studying for the 
Christian ministry. To be eligible for membership, a student must be either a 
licensed or an ordained minister or to be recommended by a Christian church 
as a candidate for the ministry. 

The organization is led by Gordon H. Halbert, president, and Wallace Register, 
vice-president. Other officers of the association are Paul D. Carmichael, secre- 
tary; Dottson Mills, treasurer; Ernest Owens, parliamentarian; Philip Taylor, 
intramural manager; Cyril D. Garrett, statistical secretary; James F. Miedema, 
devotional chairman; Warren B. Wall, director of activities; Lee A. Cooper, 
social chairman; Fred Chance, publicity chairman; Glenn Stephens, pianist and 
custodian; and Loren Williams, chorister. 

Sponsors of the Association are O. Lafayette Walker, Harry C. Garwood, 
and William K. Bean. 






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Other members of the organization are Floyd Baker, 
John Bray, Bryan Brasington, J. F. Breed, Roy Crosby, 
Charles Dickman, Don Dillard, Ronald Girard, William 
Grubbs, William Guest, Lewis A. Halbert, Millard Han- 
cock, Hugh High, Joe W. Hinton, Marvin Howard, 
Timothy Herring. 

Earl Joiner, Harry Leichty, James Knight, Hal March- 
man, Eston Matthews, Ronald Matthews, Edward 
McCollum, Bill McGough, R. I. McKensie, Hugh Mc- 
Kinley, Harry Perkins, Bill Peters, Louis Phillips, John 
Pilman, Robert Pinder, and Thomas Risk. 

William Sherman, J. K. Solomon, D. D. Townsend, 
James Tomberlin, Leroy Rucker, John Wade, Jessie 
Watkins, Wallace Webb, J. C. Winters, and Ernest 
Zimmerman. 




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SaptUt £tu4ent Union Council 



SENIOR COUNCIL 




VICKY YOUNG LOUIE WILKENSON HELEN BAKER EVONE CAPELL MAVIS PITTS SHIHLEY STANFILL 

President Vice-President Devotional President Secretary Music Chairman Pianist 




FAYE YOUNG 





The B.S.U. serves as the link between the church 
and the college. It seeks to enlist all Baptist students 
in the organizations and activities of the church so that 
each one may achieve maximum development as a 
Christian personality. Members of the Junior and Senior 
Councils have been selected as the executive group of 
B.S.U. 



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WALLACE WEBB 
President 



FRED CHANCE 

Devotional 
Vice-President 




ALBA COBB 
Enlistment 

Vice-President 



JANE WYKOFF 

Social 
Vice-President 



SHIRLEY HUNTER 
Secretary 



Volunteer* tfcr ChfUtian £ertice 



The aim of this organization is to bring together tho'se students who have been called and who have sur- 
rendered to do definite Christian Service as the Lord leads; it also hopes to help maintain a real Christian 
spirit on Stetson's campus. 




Sammie Dawson President 

Barbara Horne Vice-President 

Faye Louise Young Secretary 

Betty Miller Treasurer 

Mavis Pitts Program Chairman 

Annie Lee Johnson Co-Program Chairman 

Virginia Lee Day Devotional Chairman 

Winifred Demorest Music Chairman 

Carol White Pianist 

Frances Horton Publicity Chairman 

Margaret Sharp 

Dorothy Hill Social Chairman 




MEMBERS 

Dawson, Young, Pitts, Demorest, White, Horne, Johnson, Day, 
Korton, Hill, Atkinson, Allen, Adler, Baker, Bateman, Bryan, 
Burns, Cobb. A.; Cobb, R.; Culberson, Emery. Fowler, 
Hagberg, Hale, Hunter, Jackson, Kincaid, Lamb, Langston, 
McCullough, Reeser, Revel, Sharp, Sisk. Sperring, Stover, 
Swartz, Young. 



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1fMHf Woman J (tux ilia wj 




The Young Woman's Auxiliary is an organization of young women on Stetson's campus that are interested in a Christian 
education. Women in any class of the University are eligible for membership in the Auxiliary. 

Members of the Young Women's Auxiliary are Seletta Sparks, Mary Virginia Gordon, Charlotte Enlow, Varian Cooper, 
Carol Hale, Thelma Langston, Catherine Shackleford, Jeannine Ledvetten, Beth Hazatone, Marjorie Olsen, Helen Louise Wooten, 
Pat Weathers, Eldes Walton, Winifred Wigle, Evelyn Batts, Marianna Stapp, Frances Chappell, Jewel Garrett, Grace Dalton, 
Lula Mae Redditt, Charlotte Frink, Nancy Lynn Smith, Peggie Lee Feightner, Celia Goff, Johanna Chappell, Dorothy Mc- 
Collum, Jacquelyn Ogden, Nita Turner, Arna Schuessler, Betty Geraldine Carlile, Hilda Collier, Betty Jane Slater, Nettie 
Lee Carroll, Mary Helen Baldwin, Lutie Keathley, Evelyn Wages, Jeannie Madden, Carmen Albritton, Margaret Byars, Helen 
Tresca, Annie Lee Johnson, Frances Horton, Betty Miller, B. J. McCollum, Helen Trundle, Margaret Phillips, Madeleine 
Barrow, "Butch" Wadsworth, Eloise Lee, Sarah Hess, Margaret Myers, Sally Graybill, Anne Weeks, Shirley Graham, Mar- 
garet Ballentine, Charlotte Harris, Anna Margaret White, Jean Trigg, Chris Magaha, Virginia Hendry, Lucy Effinger, Pat Win- 
derweedle, Billy Cook, Billy Jones, Virginia Day, Ruth Hunter, Marian Rhea, Bernice Knabb, Elinor Piatt, Betty Sheridan, 
Jane Wykoff, Jean Geiger, Betty Brown, Joan Sheppard, Irene Beauchamp, Justine Priest, Martha Haigler, Sue Fowler, Mary 
Alice Hamrick, Louise Adler, Betty Streetman, Montine Watson, Eleanor MacKay, Jean Harper, Betty Davidson, Elizabeth 
Land, Katie Wilson, Elizabeth Arnold, Vonita Baldwin, Dorothy Hill. 

Margaret Bateman, Minnie Sauls, Thelma Hagberg, Wilma Dean Jenkins, Shirley Hunter, Gwen Parramore, Sarah Martha 
Adams, Sylvia Morse, Sammie Dawson, Maxine Williams, Mavis Pitts, Winnie Demorest, Dot Stover, Carol White, Juanita 



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Jones, Margaret Vresinger, Esther Rucker, Rosamund Burns, Do Verne Bryan, Margaret Sharp, Evelyn Jackson, Martha 
Cathryn Hudson. 

Joyce Culberson, Bessie Goff, Iris Murray, Sara Lett, Jean Poe, Helen Emery, Ellen Sperling, Alba Cobb, Ruth Cobb, 
Libby Braddock, Sara Register, Barbara Home, Mildred Pimm, Doris Revels, Willa Dean Lowery, Ruth Moore, Carolyn Bag- 
gett, Fay Young, Agnes Resser, Betty Roberts, Ruthmary Thompson, Flora Jo Alston, Jamie Whitaker, Beulah Atkinson, 
Frances Collins, Mae Sheng Eng, Mae Hong Eng, Mae Fon Eng, Miriam Glover Orphan, Orpha Merritt, Roberta Moore, 
Helen Barksdale, Mary Ann Lancaster, Louise Dearston. Ann Lawton, Anita Lamkin, Verdery Roberts, Mary Frank Round- 
tree, Frances Mills, Jessie Sisk, Mary Selman, Georgene Thompson, Jewel Faye McCulIy, Johanna Finney, Joyce Orr, Margaret 
Swartz, Mary Catherine McCullough, Mimi Kirkman, Zada Albury, O'Dwaine Burkett, Virginia Barlow, Martha Gray. 




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The purpose of this organization is to promote a friendly atmosphere among the town girls, and to foster the 
interests of this group in campus activities. 

The officers of the club are Marguerite Dibble, president; Marjorie Marks, vice-president and secretary; Martitia 
Lane, treasurer. 

The members are Kathleen Abell, Barbara Albritton, Katherine Allen, Anne Andrews, {Catherine Backman, 
Gladys Barteaux, Pauline Bennett, Margaret Berg, Nora Louise Bradley, Mary Louise Bradley, Constance 
Bradley, Catherine Breyette, Betsy Buck, Margaret Camp, Martha Camp, Mary Nell Camp, Evonne Capell, 
Marjorie Chase. 

Edna Chrisenberry, Dorothy Cladin, Lillian Cogburn, Muriel Collura, Mona Dalbo, Barbara Dampier, Kath- 
erine DeMotsis, Marguerite Dibble, Elizabeth Dinner, Julia Ann Ellis, Carol Emerson, Arlene Feasel, Doris 
Feczko, Edith Ferris, Elizabeth Fisher, Elizabeth Friedland, Shirley George, Jessie Gibson, Elizabeth Givens. 

Irene Gordie, Rachel Harless, Sara Heil, Lula Hinton, Emily Howes, Theodora Jennings, Frances Jordan, Ella 
Kelly, Ettie Koon, Martitia Lane, Betty Jo Langston, Margaret Leader, Mary Jane Lewis, Ruth Lundvall, 
Delores Magenheim, Marjorie Marks, Joan Marshall, Lois Meadors, Elsie Merritt, Marjorie Merrill, Virginia 
Messer. 

Helen Miller, Betty Mills, Mary Minnix, Jonnie Mires, Jean Mitchell, Jewel Mitchell, Jewel Morris, Melvene 
McDaniel, Maude McDonald, Elizabeth McEmber, Charlotte Nordman, Alice Parkhurst, Edna Parrish, Rabel 
Parson, Alice Proctor, Evelyn Purtz, Carolyn Reed, Delva Register, Grace Rich, Virginia Rich, Helen Riddell, 
Martha Riggs. 

Beverly Roberts, Margaret Rosenberger, Nancy Ryan, Laura Selecman, Jean Senkarit, Olive Seymour, Betty 
Smith, Marian Smith, Phyllis Thompson, Mary Elizabeth Tribble, Faye Tuten, Lenore Virgin, Florine Wall, 
Barbara Ann Walters, Sally Whitcombe, Maxine Williams, Mildred Williams, Patricia Winters, Celeste Whitsett. 



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ttletkctltit £tu4eht Hflrtemeht 

The Methodist Student Movement 
here on Stetson campus is just a small 
cog in the big wheel which consists of 
Methodist Student Movements on al- 
most all college campuses. 

The purpose of the movement here 
at Stetson is to foster a Christian atti- 
tude about college life, home life, and 
world affairs. Then too, we have our fel- 
lowship suppers where everyone enjoys 
singing and eating and discussing our 
college problems. 

This organization is led by Verdelle 
Sebring, president; Sarah Hess, vice- 
president; Helen Trundle, secretary; 
Jim Murray, treasurer, and Miss Flor- 
ence Cain, faculty advisor. 







The other members are Katherine Allen, Frances Mills, Jim Murray, Robert E. Jones, Alda Wadsworth, Sue 
Strickland, Helen Trundle, Betty Jo Beville, Priscilla Peterson, Sarah Hess, Martha Kurtz, Ruth King, Charles 
Ridings, Dusty McDonald, Goddard Sherman, Jack McDonald, Verdelle Sebring, Betty Miller, Goff Mace, John 
Stoltz, Wynette Alderman, and Betty Conner. 



WeAtrn'mtitw JelteutAkip 



The Westminster Fellowship is an organization for Presbyterian students which sponsors religious activities. 

Jimmy Fisher acts as president of the organization. Connie Bradley is vice-president, and Janet White serves 
as secretary and treasurer. 

The members are Gladys Scott, Bob Douglas, Jessie Gibson, Stanley Jansen, Marguerite Dibble, Janet White, 
Louise Dearston, Joan Marshall, Patricia Reed, Mervin Rayer, Orris Burrows, Jack Persons, Mary Adele Prince, 
Betsv Buck, and Adelaide Bradford. 






tteurfltaH Club 



The Newman Club is one of over 500 such organizations in the United States 
and Canada. The purpose of the organization is the religious, intellectual and 
social betterment of the Catholic students in the school. 

The president of the Newman Club is Gus Emile Musleh. The odier officers 
are Charlotte Nordmann, vice-president; Thomas Koehler, treasurer, and Mrs. 
Helen Riddell, secretary. 

The other members are Margaret Berg, Frank Castellana, Dorothy Christie, 
Loyd Clifton, Jean Delburn, Margaret Devens, Albert DiFonzo, Joyce Duggan, 
Mary Edenfield, Francis Fitzpatrick, Rosemary Flanagan, Josephine Guziejew- 
ski, Leo Haley, Beverly Hood, Frederick Karl, Edward Kwiatjowski, Robert Lee, 
Francis McKenna, Madeline Mather, James Nelson, Walter Nordmann, Leroy 
O'Laughlin, Eugene O'Sullivan, Paul O'Sullivan, James Riddell, Ella Romano, 
Marie Rozelle, Nancy Ryan, Matthew Sahina, Edmund Shashy, Dorothy Stafford, 
Louis Tafoya, Lidia Varijin, Sonya Wentz, Arnold Panuatz, Susan Nelson, and 
Beth Hazetone. 



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Alpha foexicma 

FOUNDED AT STETSON UNIVERSITY 
MAY, 1940 



PURPOSE 



OFFICERS 



The purpose of Alpha Dexioma is to promote 
democratic friendship and understanding among 
its members; to broaden die social, cultural, polit- 
ical, athletic, and religious life of the members 
and to assist them in every way possible. All 
women in Stetson University who are not affili- 
ated with a national social organization may be- 
come members. 



Colors: Hunter Green and Gold 
Flower: Talisman Rose 



Winifred Demoeest President 

Minnie Sauls Vice President 

Sylvia Morse . . . . Recording Secretary 
Margaret Sharp . . Corresponding Secretary 

V anita Baldwln Treasurer 

DeVerne Bryan Historian 

Margaret Bateman Chaplain 

Sarah Martha Adams . . Sergeant-at-Arms 

Moe Acosta Reporter 

Inactive Members: 
B. J. Moore 
F. Young 




V. BALDWIN 



M. ACOSTA 



G. PARHAMORE 



F. HORTON 



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itu Cornell 



Inter-Fraternity Council is an organization 
made up of three members from each national 
fraternity represented on Stetson campus. 

The officers are Louis C. Deal, president; Pat 
Maxcy, secretary, and Billy Reese, treasurer. 

Delta Sigma Phi is represented by J. C. 
Bradley, Lou Deal, and Bob Henry. Represent- 
atives of Pi Beta Phi are Betsy Buck, Anita 
Caldwell, and Audrey Smith. Alpha Xi Delta 
representatives are Marjorie Merrill, Lou Norris, 
and June Remsburg. Alton Myers, Billy Reese, 
and Hubert Hevey represent Pi Kappa Phi. 

Sigma Nu is represented by Jack Causier, 
George Davis, and John Gould, Joyce Caldwell, 
Pat Maxcy, and Polly Williams represent Zeta 
Tau Alpha. Delta Delta Delta representatives 
are Virginia Harris, Virginia McKenzie, and 
Anna Sue Walden. Stray Greek representatives 
are Marshal Lane, Joe McCaslin, and Betty Sue 
Barker. 



Eradley. Deal. Henry, Buck, A. Caldwell, Smith. Merrill, 
Norris, Remsberg, Myers, Reese, Hevey, Causier, G. 
Davis, Gould, J. Caldwell, Maxcy, Williams, V. Harris. 
V. McKenzie, A. S. Walden, M. Lane, B. S. Barker, 
J. McCaslin. 



PaH-Hellehic Council 



Four national sororities have chapters on 
Stetsons campus. Two representatives are 
chosen from each group to form the Pan-Hel- 
lenic Council. 

The officers of the Pan-Hellenic Council are 
Virginia McKenzie, president; Marjorie Merrill. 
vice-president; Betsy Buck, secretary, and Joyce 
Caldwell, treasurer. 

Delta Delta Delta representatives are Virginia 
McKenzie and Virginia Harris. Anita Caldwell 
and Betsy Buck represent Pi Beta Phi. Alpha Xi 
Delta is represented by Marjorie Merrill and 
Christine Magaha. Representatives of Zeta Tau 
Alpha are Joyce Caldwell and Miriam Ragsdale. 



V. McKenzie. V. Harris. Anita Caldwell. Betsy Buck, 
Marjorie Merrill, Chris Magaha. Joyce Caldwell. 
M. Ragsdale. 







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These are the cheerleaders that stand before 
us in every game to help us cheer the Green 
and White on to victory. 

They put everything they have into the yells, 
and it is because of their enthusiasm and hard 
work that the Stetson Hatters received the back- 
ing they were due. 



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The Stray Greeks is an organization composed of members of national sororities or fraternities which do not 
have chapters at Stetson. 

The officers are: President, Marshall Lane, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Georgia Tech; vice-president, Betty Sue Bar- 
ker, Chi Omega, Oglethorpe University; secretary -treasurer, Betty Mulholland, Alpha Chi Omega, Ohio Wes- 
leyan; historian, Ann Cory, Phi Mu, Rollins College; reporter, Jack Fountain, Alpha Tau Omega, University of 
Florida. 

The members are: Jake Alexander, Phi Gamma Delta, Davidson College; Henry C. Beckman, Kappa Sigma, 
University of Florida; Mack Cleveland, Jr., Alpha Tau Omega, University of Florida; Bill Davis, Delta Tau Delta, 
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Kirby Fite, Jr., Alpha Tau Omega, University of Florida; A. J. Lindsey, Jr., 
Phi Gamma Delta, University of Florida; Jonnie Mires, Alpha Chi Omega, Florida State College for Women; 
Jewell Mitchell, Delta Zeta, Oglethorpe University; Joe McCaslin, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, University of Florida; 
Edward L. Moore, Phi Gamma Delta, Brown University; Ann Andrews, Sigma Kappa, Georgetown University, 
and Lynn Bache, Delta Gamma, American University. 




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MARIORIE MERRILL 



NANCY EROWN 



VIRGINIA HENDRY 



JUNE REMSBURG 



FLO GROSS 



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Founded at Lombard College, Galesburg, Illinois, in 1893 
Omega Chapter established in May, 1917 



Colors: DOUBLE BLUE and GOLD 



Flower: KILLABNEY BOSE 



OFFICEBS 

Maejorie Merrlli President 

Nancy Brown Vice-President 

ViRGiNiA Hendry Secretary 

June Bemsburc Treasurer 

Flo Gross Corresponding Secretary 



Pauline Bennett 
Annette Bolton Clark 
Dorothy Fuller 



Margaret Ballentine 
Waynette Blackburn 
Nancy Brown 
Martha Baye Camp 
Mary Nell Camp 
Virginia Lee Day 
Lucy Effinger 
Laura Gay 
Shirley George 



Mary Alice Allen 
Dot Ballentine 
Margaret Camp 
Imocene Clark 
Lauranell Clayton 



CHAPTER MEMBERS 

In Facilitate 

Virginia Giffin 

In Universitate 

Shirley Graham 
Alma Grantham 
Flo Gross 
Charlotte Harris 
Virginia Hendry 
Dorothy Hillman 
June Hood 
Kay Hooper 
Chris Magaha 

Pledges 

Viggo Dalbo 
Julia Ann Ellis 
Donna Faibe 
Beverly Hood 
Georceanne Howard 



Louise Boyal Howarth 
Mary Tribble Lowry 
Ellen Yaxley 



Joan Marshall 
Marjorie Merrill 
Pat Norris 
June Bemsburg 
Peggy Riggs 

Mary Elizabeth Tribble 
Anne Weeks 
Iris Williams 
Pauline Winderweedle 



Margaret Lackey 
Mary Elizabeth Macy 
Mary Lee Rich 
Verdery Roberts 
Myrtle Roebuck 



Ballentine. D. 
Ballenline. M. 



Blackburn. W. 
Camp. M. 
Camp, M. R. 
Clark, I. 

Clayton, L. 



Day, V. 

Effinger. L. 
Ellis, J. 
Faire. D. 
Gay, L. 



George, S. 

Grantham, A. 
Graham, S. 
Harris, C. 
Hillman. D. 



Hcod, B. 
Hood. J. 
Hooper, K. 
Howard. K. 
Lackey, M. 



Macy, L. 


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Marshall, I. 


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Rich, M. L. 




Riggs. P. 
Roberts, V. 
Roebuck, M. 




Tribble, M. E. 


Weeks, A. 







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VIRGINIA McKENZIE 
President 



A. WALTERS 
Vice-President 



BILLIE COOK 
Secretary 



BETTY JO LANGSTON 
Treasurer 



BETTY THOMPSON 
Corresponding Secretary 



Curtis Horn 



CHAPTER MEMBERS 

In Facultate 
Ester Hick 



Sara Staff Jernigan 



Mary Delma Brice 
Camilla Callahan 
Eunice LeClerc 
Billie Cook 
Virginia Harris 
Iris June Hart 
Mary Haskins 



In Universitate 

Betty Jo Langston Frankte Walker 

Ruth Lundvall Anna Sue Walden 
Sarah Elizabeth McMillan Barbara Anne Walters 

Virginia McKenzie Sue Wise 

Betty Thompson Betty Williams 

Jean Trigg Jane Wycoff 



Beverly Barlett 
Marjorie Beaty 
Lucy Bishop 
Joyce Collier 
Betty Lee Conway 
Joanne Davis 
Marilyn Dawson 
Elizabeth Dunn 



Pledges 

Mary Jo Farrior 
Barbara Foster 
Nannie Franklin 
Betty Jean Haltiw anger 
Mary Alyce Hamerick 
Joan Howard 
Madeline Mather 



Betty Nobles 
Beverly Roberts 
Betty Rogers 
Ann Schuessleh 
Valerie Taylor 
Peggy Thompson 
Vibginia Urquart 




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Founded in 1888 

at 
Boston University 



Alpha Delta Chapter 
established 
May, 1913 



Colors: 



Silver 



Gold 



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Flower: 
Pansy 





Pi Seta Phi 



Founded April 28, 1867, at Monmouth College, Monmouth, Illinois 
Florida Alpha Chapter established January 30, 1913 

Colors: WINE and SILVER BLUE Flower: WINE CARNATION 




OFFICERS 

Gerry Knight President 

Nancy McCollum Vice-President 

Mary Louise Bradley Treasurer 

Anna Margaret White Recording Secretary 

Noreen Geyer Corresponding Secretary 

Joan Miller Pledge Supervisor 

CHAPTER MEMBERS 

In Facilitate 

Annie Nadine Holden 



In Universitate 



Connie Bradley 
Mary Louise Bradley 
Betsy Buck 
Anita Caldwell 
Margaret Dickey 
Eleanor Dooley 
Noreen Geyer 
Irene Gordie 
Sally Graybill 
Damaris Hague 
Frances Hobson 



Betty Iane Ivey 
Gerry Knight 
Nancy McCollum 
Ioan Miller 
Joan Nydegger 
Jean Noble 
Charlotte Rogers 
Audrey Smith 
Anna Margaret White 
Janet White 
Celeste Whitsett 



Pledges 



Lucile Altman 
Betty Jo Crosby 
Laura Culp 
Mitzi Detty 
Joyce Duggan 
Martha Earnhardt 
Jimmie Gray 
Betty Lou Hayes 
Dorothy Hayes 
Betty Ivey 



Mary Easton Landers 
Pat Lemasters 
Margorte Marks 
Laxrd Meffert 
Suzanne Nelson 
Joanne Pickens 
Mary Lou Summerall 
Pat Weathers 
Ann Whatly 
Lenora Williams 



Buck 

Caldwell 
Crosby 



Deity 
Dickey 
Dooley 
Duggan 
Earnhardt 



Gordie 
Gray 
Graybill 
Hayes. D. 
Hayes. B. 



Hobson 
Ivey. B. 
Ivey. B. I. 
Landers 
Lemasters 



Marks 
Noble 

Nydegger 

Pickens 

Smith 



Summerall 
Weathers 
Whatley 
White 
Williams 




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*Jeta Tau Alpha 

Founded October 15, 1898, at Virginia State Normal School, 
Farmville, Virginia 

Beta Psi Chapter established in October, 1934 

Colors: TURQUOISE BLUE and STEEL GRAY Flower: WHITE VIOLET 

Chapter Members in Facultate 

Etter Turner Frances Thornton Marjorie Kersey 

OFFICERS 

Joyce Caldwell President 

Miriam Ragsdale Vice-President 

Roselyn Seckinger Secretary 

Evelyn Trundle Treasurer 

Louise Adler Guard 

Verdelle Sebring Historian 




Joyce 


Miriam 


Roselyn 


Evelyn 


Louise 


Verdelle 


Caldwell 


Ragsdale 


Seckinger 


Trundle 


Adler 


Sebring 



Mary Gene Bailey 

Joyce Blackwell 

Faye Brooker 

Rhea Jean Brubaker 



Carol Emerson 
Sue Fowler 
Joyce Gilliam 
Jimmie Godwin 



Billie Jones 
Helen Jones 
Lutie Keathley 
Barbara Lanning 



Pat Maxcy 

Maureen Peterson 

Verdelle Sebring 

Betty Sheridan 



Elizabeth Trainham 
Helen Trundle 
Polly Williams 
Betty Jane Adams 



Betty Comstock 
Stella Davis 

Rose Marie Faust 
Mary Gordon 



Dorothy Henry 
Martha Patrick 
Mary Patrick 
Jean Pryor 



Not pictured: 
Eleanor Brown 
Nancy Helms 

Alda Wadsworth 




Peggy Feightner 
Ruth Hunter 
Martha Kurtz 
Helen Tresca 

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RUSSELL STILWELL 
Corresponding Secretary 



FRANK HENDREX 
Recording Secretary 



ROBERT HENRY 
President 



JULIAN CLARK 
Vice-President 



ROSTON WILLIAMSON 
Treasurer 






GEORGE DANNALS 
Editor and Historian 



ELLIS BROWN 
Sergeant-at-Arms 



Founded at City College of New York, 1899 
Alpha Chi Chapter established 1925 



Colors: NILE GREEN and WHITE 



Flower: WHITE CARNATION 



Db. R. I. Allen 



CHAPTER MEMBERS 

In Facilitate 
Db. IIabby C. Garwood Andrew Pbeston 



Fbank Bamberg 
Wright Booth 
J. C. Bradley 
Ellis Brown 
Joseph Camp 
Jefferson Clark 
Julian Clark 
George Dannals 
Louis Deal 
Johnny Faire 
Neal Ganzel 
Fred Geromanos 
Kermit Greene 
Morris Hale 



In universitate 

Wylie Harrell 
Frank Hendrix 
Robert Henry 
Benjamin Hoene 
Donald Johnston 
Edwin Kelly 
Philip Knowles 
Andrew Knox 
William Lewis 
George MacMullen 
Donald McEmber 
George McLean 
James Owens 



William Owens 
Rex Patrick 
Joseph Peel 
John Shaw 
Darrell Smith 
Russell Stilwell 
Donald Tatum 
Allyn Thompson 
Richard Towle 
Carlton Welch 
Harry Whitsett 
Roston Williamson 
Donald Yaxley 



Dayton Andrews 
Robert Beidelman 
James Brantley 
Orris Burroughs 
Benjamin Clark 
John Clements 
Harold Cross 
Ebbebt Deming 
Royal Fbench 
Edwin Holden 



Pledges 

Leo Imperial 
Donald Jacobson 
George Johnson 
Jack Knight 
Nicholas Larweth 
Wallace Lewis 
Grady Moates 
Cope Moss 
Claude Mullis 
William Nelson 



Walter Nordman 
Austin Rutledge 
Angus Stephens 
Mitchell Thurman 
Al Weldon 
James Wenzel 
Paul Whitsett 
Charles Wilson 




Bamberg 
Biedleman 
Booth 
Bradley 



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Clark. B. 
Clark, J. 




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Cross 
Deal 
Faire 



Ganzeal 
Geronamos 
Greene 
Holden 




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Johnson 
Johnston 




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Knight 
Knowles 
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Lewis 

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McEmber 
McLean 
Moates 
Mullis 



Nelson 
Patrick 
Peel 

Rutledge 



Shaw 
Smith 

Stephens 
Thompson 



Towle 
Welch 
Weldon 
Wenzel 



Whitset. H, 
Whitset. P. 
Wilson 
Yaxley 





Pi Kappa Phi 



Founded December 10, 1904, at the College of Charleston, 
Charleston, South Carolina 



Chi Chapter established May 16, 1921 



Colors: GOLD and WHITE 



Flower: RED ROSE 




S. Heidersbach 




J. Snellings 



OFFICERS 

William R. Reese Archon 

Samuel Heidersbach Treasurer 

Howard E. Kurtz Secretary 

George M. Akin Historian 

John K. Snellings Chaplain 

Edward C. Daniels Warden 

In Facilitate 

J. M. Albwtton Harold M. Giffen 

Howard Bateson Carl H. Johnson 

W. E. Duckwitz Charles Henderson 



Frank Brown 
William Carlin 
Earl Cochran 
Thomas Dean 
Fred Dickins 



James Duffett 
Robert Feasel 

Lynwood Funderburk 
Richard Gordie 
Lyle Gillespie 



Hugh Gower 
Eugene Head 

Hubert H. Hevey 
Jack Inman 
Mark Jacoby 



Preston Jones 
Vernon Kirchoff 
Gerald Kunes 

Walter Malmborg 
William Martin 



Alton Myers 
James Nelson 
Gordie Parker 
Joel Pierce 
William Ray 



Andrew Romano 
Frances Rowell 
Ferris Smith 
Clifford Swain 
Douglas Teal 




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Gilbert Benlley 
Frank Barr 
Ralph Bennett 
Robert Clark 
James Conrad 



Joseph Coursen 
Jay Cox 

Robert Denham 
William Forbes 
Howard Gordie 



Richard Grunwald 
George Hope 
Clarence Ivey 
Joseph Jacobs 
William Karns 



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Emmett Lowe 

Marshall McGregor 
Kenneth Purtz 



Thomas Dunk 
Gerby Giroir 
Charles Gunn 

l^lCHARD MANSUR 

William Purtz 
James Schubicger 
Carl Stafford 
Nick Triantafeller 
Edward Trotter 



NOT PICTURED 



Pledg 



Donald Chews 
Addison Gilbert 
George Patterson 
Walter Purtz 
Clyde Smith 
Jack Smith 
Aaron Swain 
Georce Tucker 
James Tucker 
Donald Walden 
Milton Walters 
Richard Woodall 



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WILBUR 






GEORGE 


JARRETT 


JOHN CAUSIER 


GEORGE DAVIS 


BATCHELOR 


Treasurer 


Commander 


Chaplain 


Recorder 



Founded at Virginia Military Institute, 1869 

Delta Mu Chapter founded 1913 

Colors: BLACK, WHITE, and GOLD Flower: WHITE ROSE 



George Batchelor 
Rawden Bradley, Jr. 
John Causier 
Von Allen Clark 
Harmon Crossley 
Joseph Davies 
George Davis 
Ralph Davis 
Russell Dixon 
R. Peter Easland 



In Universitate 

John Godbee 
John Gould 
William Harris 
John Hathaway 
Russell Hornsby 
Everette Huskey 
Wilbur Jarrett 
William Kennedy 
Lyon Kenyon 
Edward Koester 
Robert Knowles 



Alfred Newman 
Earl Peters 
Earl Pounds 
Harry Sandusky 
Phil Smith 
Rhodes Spell 
Cy Street 
Fred Stuart 
Edward Talton 
Wu-liam Wood 



John Ancel 
Harold Brady 
Jack Bragg 
William Brawner 
John Cannon 
Jack Casselberry 
Lloyd Clifton 
Glen Darty 
Charles Dorsey 
Felton Davis 
Burleigh Hale 
Richard Heard 
Jack Kaley 
Fred Karl 
William Lanigan 



Pledges 

Tony Menendez 
Clarke McCullough 
Malcolm McNeill 
William Mero 
Fred Murphy 
John Neisler 
Fred Owen 
Jack Persons 
Robert Powell 
Adrian Purser 
Jack Ray 
A. R. Roebuck 
Frank Roberts 
Frank Sams 
Carl Sandusky 
Cyril Schleter 



Frank Schreiber 
Carl Simmons 
Charles Stubbs 
Edward Tjarks 
Conrad Ussery 
Robert Vincent 
James West 
Harold Westcott 
Gelndon Wetzell 
James Whitley 
Voldz Williams 
John Winger 
Peyton Wilson 
James Yearwood 
Morris Zipprer 




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WILLIAM BRAWNER 



JOHN CANNON 



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HARMON CROSSLEY 



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JOSEPH DAVIES 



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JOHN GOULD 



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RUSSELL HORNSBY 



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FRED KARL 



EDWARD KOESTER 





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In the past we have sported golf, arch- 
ery, badminton, tennis, basketball, swim- 
ming and volleyball . . . now in addition 
this year, 1947, we again have FOOT- 
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The PkijAical CJucatfoh W focreathn hepartment far Women 

Embodying the spirit of health, sportsmanship and fellowship, the Women's Physical Education and Recreation 
Department provides for the physical and social development of young women. Its purpose is to develop that one 
thing upon which nearly all other aspects of life are dependent - a strong and efficient body. This aim is 
carried out by participation of students in the following activities: tennis, badminton, archery, fencing, golf, 
swimming, basketball, volley ball, Softball, speedball, tumbling, modern dance, folk dance, square dance, cor- 
rective gymnastics and all recreational sports. Besides participation in activity classes there is also an exten- 
sive intramural program for all students in the University. 

Mrs. Sara Staff Jernigan is director of the Women's Physical Education and Recreation Departments. Other 
members of the staff include the following: Miss Betty Autrey, Miss Esther Hick, Miss Maiy Lippitt, Miss 
Pauline Bennett and Mrs. Margaret Maggenheim. Student assistants are: Sarah Lett, Louise Beyers, and 
Kenneth Purtz. 



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j^Htfamutal Manager* 



The Women's Intramural managers pictured above are, left to right, front row: Roselyn Seckinger, Intramural 
manager; Mary Haskins, Delta Delta Delta. Back row: Charlotte Rogers, Pi Beta Phi; Wayne Blackburn, Alpha 
Xi Delta; Mary Lippett, Intramural manager; Maureen Peterson, Zeta Tau Alpha. 

Physical Cducatich ftlajwJ and titfawJ 

The Physical Education majors and minors are Louise Adler, Beulah Atkinson, Juanita Beauchamp, Lou 
Beyers, Wayne Blackburn, Nora Bradley, Joyce Caldwell, Ann Coiy, Betty Council, Stella Davis, Suzanne 
Davis, Nan Franklin, Miriam Glover, Mary Haskins, Sarah Ann Lett, Pat Maxcy, Betty Miller, B. J. McCollum, 
Blanche McClellan, Verdelle Sebring, Roselyn Seckinger, Betty Sheridan, Donnalee Steckel, Helen Trundle, 
Nita Turner. 





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The diversity of girls' athletic life is 
clearly visible. If they aren't playing 
William Tell, they're "building better 
fencers ", and when that gets boring, 
there's always rhythms class. 




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The various sports that make physical 
education fun instead of work . . . the 
Women's Athletic Department has ad- 
vanced by leaps and bounds and can 
now offer any type of recreation called 
for at Stetson. 





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Men J Athletic tbepartwut 



The Men's Athletic Department really came back into its own this year with 
the return of men to the campus. The department was increased to take care 
of the large number of men, and many new sports were added. 

Pictured above are Coaches Brady Cowell, Ben Clemons and Brookes Walker. 

Football was the main interest in men's athletics this year and Stetson made a 
very good showing for the first year of active intercollegiate football since 
before the war. 



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%ttamtal IflaHagerJ 



The men's intramural managers and the organizations they represent are Tommy Deen, Pi Kappa Phi; Joe 
Davies, Sigma Nu; Fred Geronamos, Delta Sigma Phi; Philip Taylor, the Ministers; John Groover, Town 
House; Jake Alexander, B.O.Q.; Marshall Lane, Stray Greeks; Kermit Beman, Independents. George McMullen 
is in charge of minor sports, and Jack Fountain is in charge of major sports. 



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Since it was founded in 1936, the "S" Club has had as its purpose the development of sportsmanship and the 
promotion of athletic achievement in the University. 

Membership is restricted to men winning varsity letters, and all of these men are devoted to the high scholas- 
tic and athletic ideals of their organization. 

The members of the "S" Club are Bryan Brasington, John Neisler, Will Boyd, Hugh Carlton, W. H. Orr, John 
Winger, Nick Triantafeller, Thomas Ewing, Bussell Hornsby, George Patterson, Ed Holden, A. D. Miller, Tom 
Perrin, R. G. Garrett, Jim Conrad, Bill Perry, Mitchell Thurman, Karl Lorenz, "Dutch" Funderburk, Bill Carlin, 
Frank Barr, George Douglas, Gordon Parker, Charles Wilson, Joe Davies, "Pok Chop" Stratford, Bill Reese. The 
faculty members belonging to the "S" Club are Ed Furlong, W. C. Cowell, Ben Clemons, Brookes Walker, Carl 
H. Johnson. 



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The Stetson Hatters entered the realm of intercollegiate football this year for the first time since the university 
discontinued it in 1940. When the opening call for fall practice was sounded in mid-September, Coach Brady 
Cowell had nearly seventy men on hand. However, because of the lack of equipment, Coach Cowell found it 
necessary to reduce his squad to thirty-nine men before regular season began. 

The boys worked hard getting in shape for the opening game for which they only had three weeks to prepare. 
Coaches Cowell and Ben Clemmons had to start from scratch, for only three men were returning to the Hatter 
gridiron from previous years — Letterman Charles Wilson, quarterback; Joe Jacobs, quarterback, and Gordon 
Parker, end. Practically all of the men were returning war veterans attending college for the first time. But it 
wasn't long before plenty of competition spirit was worked up as they all looked anxiously for Stetson's first 
post-war games. 

The "Big Hatters" made a creditable showing in every game, winning three and losing four. 
















KARL LORENZ 



BILLY ORR 




BILLY TUTEN 



FRANK BARR 



JOHN NEISLER 





GORDON PARKER 



CENTERS 

Perrin, Thomas 

FuNDERBURK, L. J. 

Williams, Ed 

BACKS 

Teal, Douglas 
Neisleb, John 
Boyd, Will 
Winger, John 
Triantafeller, Nick 
Ewing, Thomas 
Jacobs, Joe 
Wilson, Charles 
Brasington, Bryan 
Clifton, Lloyd 
Prather, Sammy 
Whttaker, Jack 
Cablton, G. H. 
Angel, John 
Orb, W. H. 
Kearns, John 



JACK WHITAKER 



1946 FOOTBALL ROSTER 

ENDS 

Holden, Ed 
Forbes, Earl 
Hobnsby, Russell 
Perry, Bill 
Davies, Joe 
Thurman, W. M. 
Parker, Gordon 

TACKLES 

Patterson, George 
Douglas, George 
McCorkle, Harry 
Lorenz, Karl 
solana, h. m. 
Jacoby, Mark 

GUARDS 

Menendez, Tony 
McDonald, Jack 
Barr, Frank 
Conrad, Jim 
Garrett, R. G. 
Miller, A. D. 
Carlin, William 








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SCORES OF 1946 

15 Troy Teachers 12 

Rollins 20 

Presbyterian 25 

Mississippi College .... 13 

26 Erskine 

(Homecoming) Rollins 19 

20 Tampa U 




MARK JACOBY 






ADDISON GILBERT 



JOHN WINGER 



NICK TRIANTAFELLER 




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Men's athletics are getting 
back into the old groove. These 
days there are men behind the 
golf clubs, tennis rackets and 
other implements of warfare, 
and not just phantom heroes of 
war vears. 




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The people that support us in every- 
thing we do . . . who are always ready 
when we call on them . . . who have be- 
come real friends to us . . . our backers. 





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that brings visitors, year after year, it's 
because of the name associated with it — 
a name that ties in with history. George 
Washington. 

Folks put a lot of meaning into a name 
like that. You might say the same about 
trademarks and trade names, too. People 



find a lot of meaning in a familiar name 
like Stetson, whether they see it on a hat 
in a store in Seattle or in a shop in Dallas. 

That's why you'll find it profitable to 
feature well-known trademarks and trade 
names. You'll find they help a customer 
to shop more quickly — and to buy 
with confidence. 





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renowned beaches of the Atlantic seaboard. Being centrally located 
practically every point of interest in the state may be visited within 
one day's drive. 

DeLand enjoys a delightful year-round climate. There is scarcely a 
day that the sun does not shine, sending forth its ultra-violet rays. 
Children grow strong and sun-tanned, the older people add years 
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Compliments 
of 

STETSON FLOWER SHOP 



Flowers for All Occasions 



218 N. BOULEVARD 



PHONE 59 




WHEN YOU GO OUT TO EAT 
. . .AT BETTER HOTELS AND 
RESTAURANTS EVERYWHERE. 

SHERMAN ) 

EXQUISITE > 

COFFEE ) 

SEXTON QUAIITY FOODS 




FRIERSON'S 

Electrical and Gas Appliances 
Home of Westinghouse 



Gerald E. Frierson, Owner 



'Phone 23, That's Me 



Compliments 
of 

MITCHELL CLEANERS 



Monite Mothproofing 
122 E. RICH AVENUE 



Dry Cleaning 
DeLAND, FLORIDA 



THE CONRAD COMPANY 



INSURANCE 



REAL ESTATE 



118 West New York Ave. Phone 17 



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In grateful appreciation, we the 
staff of the 1947 HATTER wish to 
thank the faculty, students, and 
advertisers who made it possible in 
any way for us to publish this 
annual. 



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108 East New York Avenue , j 



Complete Drug and Fountain Service 



We Deliver 



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HON AGENCY 

Insurance • Real Estate 

220 NORTH BOULEVARD 

DeLand, Fla. 



Compliments of 

Allen-Summerhill Funeral Home 

J. E. Summerhill, Funeral Director 

Phone 62 Phone 490 

Real Ambulance Service 

Established 1877 

126 East New York Ave. DeLand, Fla. 



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Compliments of 

The Abstract Corporation 

Morton McDonald, Manager 




L^ompliments 

A&P SUPER MARKETS 

and A&P FOOD STORES 

of 
FLORIDA 




Compliments of 

V. W. GOULD AGENCY 



Experienced Realtors 



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Since 1907 



201 N. Boulevard 



Phone 147 



Meet Your Friends at 



TOUCHTON DRUG CO. 



The Rexall Store 



Cosmetics and Fountain Service 



THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TlA CO. 



100 S. BOULEVARD DeLAND 




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BUSHNELL & BUSHNELL 

Pianos— All items needed in a musical 
community 

Records and Sheet Music 



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DeLand, Florida 



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You can always 

Shop at Sears and Save 

SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO. 

South Boulevard 
DeLand 



McCrory's 5 and 10 Cent Store 

Headquarters for Students' Supplies 
Visit Our Store Daily 



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Compliments 
of 

DeLand Men's & Boys 7 Shop 



Compliments of 

Ted Davis Furniture Co. 

Our slogan 
Growing with DeLand 

Furniture and Home Furnishings 

Phone 750 

110 West New York Avenue 



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F. N. DeHUY & SON 

JEWELERS and SILVERSMITHS 
Since 1873 



Florida 



WATTS HARDWARE 
COMPANY 

Headquarters for Sporting Goods 
DeLand's Oldest Hardware Store 



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Boulevard and Rich 



Phone 125 



Fr eshie 



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Southern 
Bread 

THE PREMIUM QUALITY LOAF 



BE PROUD OF YOUR 
INSTITUTION 

Quality of Products Is Essential 

O'BERRY & HALL CO. 



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Distributors of 

100 FAMOUS FOODS 



PROMPT, EFFICIENT and COURTEOUS SERVICE 



Tampa — Orlando — and Fort Myers 



THE K-W FRUIT CO. 



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Sanford, Florida 



Phone 306 



ALWAYS ASK FOR 1S0UTHERN WHEN YOU .ASK FOR BREAD 



STUDENT SUPPLIES 



Notebooks 



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Fountain Pens 



ALLEN-WHITE COMPANY 

"You Are Always Welcome" 



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THE STUDENTS' FAVORITE 
SHOPPING CENTER 

DeLand, Florida 



GIBBS 

Your Store 



Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear and 
Shoes 



Phone 240 



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GEORGE LANDON SERVICE 
STATION 

Standard Oil Products 
•345 Boulevard DeLand 



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AGREE MOTOR CO., INC 



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FORD DEALER 



BLIZZARD SHOP 



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SNYDER CITRUS HOUSE 



All Varieties of 
Citrus Fruits 



Drinking Orange Juice at the Commons 



THE BARNETT NATIONAL BANK 

"A Florida Landmark" 
DeLand : Jacksonville : Avon Park : Cocoa : St. Augustine 

Member Federal Reserve System and F.D.I. C. 





Compliments of 






SMITH AND 


THOMAS DRUGS 




HEADQUARTERS FOR: 






Helena Rubinstein 


Old Spice 




Lentheric 


Seaforth 




Corday 


Max Factor's 


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Ciros 


Coty 


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Tabu 


Harriett Hubbard Ayers 




Charbert 


Evening in Paris 




Chen Yu 


Houbigant Chantilly 




Peggy Sage 


Richard Hudnut 




Roger & Gallet 




Compliments 
of 

Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. 

of Daytona Beach 



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THEVOGUE 

Mrs. Sarah Ceely 

Gateway to Fashions 

110 NORTH BOULEVARD 
DeLand, Florida 



V. M. Fountain Co. 

Central Florida's Oldest and Finest Store 



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Compliments 
of 

Dixon's Office Supply 

113 N. BOULEVARD 
DeLand, Florida 



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Compliments of 

Hotel China & Glassware Co. 

426 West Forsyth Street 
Jacksonville, Florida 



Compliments of 

Allen Powers Hardware 

"DeLand's Newest Hardware" 
112 SOUTH BOULEVARD 



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KINGAN & COMPANY 

Meat Packers 



RELIABLE 

FOR MORE THAN 

100 YEARS 



Compliments of 

Western Auto Associate Store 

Home Owned Home Operated 

by E. A. BEVIS 

US SOUTH BOULEVARD PHONE 447 



Compliments 
of 

FOREMOST DAIRIES, INC. 

MILK 

and 

ICE CREAM 




SOUTHLAND BAKERY 



We Specialize in Birthday and 



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Compliments of 

VOLUSIA PHARMACY 



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S. R. Langston, Jr., Manager 



Compliments 
of 

PAUL'S AUTO SERVICE 

All Your Automotive Needs 

Tune-up Specialists 

North Boulevard at Railroad Phone 9123 






Meet Your Friends at 

DeLAND SUNDRIES 

offering 
Leading Cosmetics and Perfumes 

Men's Shaving Needs and Toiletries 

COMPLETE FOUNTAIN SERVICE 

Breakfast — Luncheon — Supper 

Corner Rich and Boulevard Phone 904 



Compliments of \ 

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Norton Hall 



THE SOUTHERN BAPTIST 
THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 



ELLIS A. FULLER, President 



Louisville 



Kentucky 




GULF STATION 

Herman Nicolet 

Get Your Car Lubricated the 
Motor-Sway Way 

Phone 9132 
124 SOUTH BOULEVARD E 



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Compliments of 
JIMMY and EDWARD 

at 

BUS HAVEN LUNCH 

"Meet Me at the Bus Haven" 



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Compliments of 

MATHER OF DeLAND 

Complete Home Furnishings 



Fur Coats 



142 South Boulevard 



Cloth Coats 



Phone 600 



THE THREE JAY GROCERY 

224 North Boulevard 

Western Meats Fancy Groceries 

Use our parking lot just back of the store — shop at leisure 

S. E. (ED) STONE & SON 
Owners 




ood Retai ling 

Offers 
You: 

(a) 

a bright 

future 

(h) 

Pleasant 

working 

conditions 

(c) 
Good 
hours 

(d) 
A good 
salary 

SUCCESS in food retailing 
is a GOOD SUCCESS 

Food retailing offers you employment in one of the largest, 
most stable industries of our country. Work in pleasant sur- 
roundings, with alert, progressive people. Food retailing is 
not monotonous; new scenes and situations develop daily. 
All jobs in food retailing are not behind the counter. There 
are department heads, supervisors, assistant managers, buyers 
and other jobs which offer unusual opportunity to those fitted 
and trained to fill them. 

If you are interested in making your success in 
Food Retailing, write or apply to Personnel Manager 

Winn & Lovett Grocery Co. 

Operators of Lovett's and Piggly Wiggly Food Stores 
BEAVER AND BARNETT STS. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 





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GOHN & DYKES 

Men's Shop 

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SOUTH BOULEVARD DeLAND 




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22 Years' Attendance . . . 
and Still no Diploma 



That may not indicate a very high I. Q. for 
your electrical servant, 'cause Reddy Kilowatt 
has been present for 22 graduations and he 
still has no diploma. 

But, frankly, he doesn't want one . . . he'd 
rather go on attending school year after year 
. . . learning more . . . and furnishing the 
electrical needs of the University and its 
students. 



FLORIDA POWER CORPORATION 



John G. Graylee, District Manager 



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